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@Bikeman315 to add to the puzzle; ALL models have pre-collision assist. Doesn't that use the same sensor as ACC? Or does the Mach 1 not have pre-collision assist?
I guess they are separate sensors as all 2021 Mustang's have FORD CO-PILOT360™ TECHNOLOGY

— Auto High-Beam Headlamps is standard on all series
— BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) is standard on all series
— Lane-Keeping System (includes Lane-Keeping Assist, Lane-Keeping Alert and Driver Alert) is standard on all series
— Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) (Pedestrian Detection, Forward Collision Warning, Dynamic Brake Support) is standard on all series
— Rain-Sensing Wipers are now Standard

If it is the same sensor, not allowing ACC on the Mach 1 is really a bonehead move.





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I guess they are separate sensors as all 2021 Mustang's have FORD CO-PILOT360™ TECHNOLOGY

— Auto High-Beam Headlamps is standard on all series
— BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) is standard on all series
— Lane-Keeping System (includes Lane-Keeping Assist, Lane-Keeping Alert and Driver Alert) is standard on all series
— Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) (Pedestrian Detection, Forward Collision Warning, Dynamic Brake Support) is standard on all series
— Rain-Sensing Wipers are now Standard

If it is the same sensor, not allowing ACC on the Mach 1 is really a bonehead move.
Maybe the Mach1's are using up leftover parts from the PP1/PP2/350?
 

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But you can get S&S with PP1 & PP2 and it includes ACC.
But not standard. They might just have a bunch of front bumper units without all the right hookups and geegaws (technical term.
 

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IF thats true, i can see how people that want it would be upset. Personally, id rather pay less (i believe its $1000?) to not have it, as i would never use it.
Fine for you, but for people who have enjoyed the convenience of ACC for years and want it on their cars in the future it is a problem. On a regular GT AAC and Navigation is a $1000 package and Navigation on the Mach 1 is $595. I would gladly pay the additional $405 for ACC.
 

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Fine for you, but for people who have enjoyed the convenience of ACC for years and want it on their cars in the future it is a problem. On a regular GT AAC and Navigation is a $1000 package and Navigation on the Mach 1 is $595. I would gladly pay the additional $405 for ACC.
sure, which is why i put " IF thats true, i can see how people that want it would be upset. "

I wasn't arguing, and i've enjoyed ACC on cars as well, it just isnt in my list of needs for a car like the mustang.
 

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Yeah, I think my question was more of whether ACC and pre-collision assist are the same sensor. If so, as bikeman pointed out it's kind of a bonehead move. Like, they would have to make a concerted effort not to include that feature in that case.

However, if it is a bumper issue, it does give comfort for those looking at these and wanting to get an aftermarket bumper or grille.
 

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Yeah, I think my question was more of whether ACC and pre-collision assist are the same sensor. If so, as bikeman pointed out it's kind of a bonehead move. Like, they would have to make a concerted effort not to include that feature in that case.

However, if it is a bumper issue, it does give comfort for those looking at these and wanting to get an aftermarket bumper or grille.
since the order guides show all mustangs are going to be FWD (unless it hasn't been mentioned that they changed it to FWD and/or maybe? AWD for a performance option), i would take a lot of the things listed with a grain of salt for now.

it does seem like a silly omission, and i can see how people would be upset about it. But to me it doesn't seem these guides are 100% accurate in their current state.
 

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I am pretty sure this order guide isn't final. I am positive the PPL2 is removed since it is explicitly stated on the changes page. But I think they're definitely gonna fix the EcoBoost errors and add the Mach handling pack. We've all seen the press media releases for the Mach handling pack, and I don't think it's going anywhere.
 

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For anyone interested in the ACC discussion...I'm thinking this new collision detection system may be different from a past system that piggybacked off the ACC radar.

The co-pilot 360 page says that it uses "camera" technology instead of radar. They also have "Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control" which apparently uses a few different technologies, one of which is "Stop and Go" which I assume uses the cameras from the pre-collision assist system.

Anyways, if it turns out the Mach1 does have pre-collision assist tech but not ACC, anyone who wants an aftermarket bumper or grille can take a sigh of relief those products would be compatible with MY2021.
 

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Don't see leather seats, everything says cloth seats except for the leather trimmed recaros. Did I miss something?
You won`t want leather Recaro. that sucks in both hot and cold days.
 

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It does appear to be available in Rapid Red, but no stripe package offered in that color.
Hmmmm....did I miss read the order guide??? All of the articles said the colors will be limited and it looks that way in the guide but i would LOVE to be wrong! Thanks!!
 

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