Ford Mustang Boss 302: first drive
Ford says its 444bhp ’Stang out-handles the best Europe has to offer. True or false? There’s only one way to find out…
Posted: 05 May 2011
The electronics have also been upgraded to include three-way adjustable steering weight - the only reason to swap from the middle option would be if you are feeling weak or want to build your upper body while you drive - but the two-mode stability control from the standard GT remains. However, the big news in this part of the car is something called TracKey.
A development of the MyFord smart key technology, which recognises your car set-up preferences via the key, TracKey is an altogether more interesting development. Supplied as a second key with the car, you can take it down to your dealer and for $302 they will flash the key's memory chip with a clever code. Once activated, all you have to do is insert the TracKey, and your Boss 302's evil twin emerges.