Not only that but some chemicals can also help to cause dash cracks & other damage.There's no way to stop it really - and it's not just a Ford thing either.
Also some people don't realize that interior cleaning/protectant products can increase the "fog" on the windshield because not only do you have the interior plastics degassing, but now the added chemical layer that was applied also leaching out.
A damp microfiber is all that is needed to keeping modern car interiors clean (dashes/panels) - no chemicals, not even those that are advertised as not leaving a shine/sheen.
It's a 2020 with 16K.Haven’t seen mine do this in Arizona 110F+ heat. My moms old bmw 128i does this all the time though. How old is your mustang? Mine is a 2015 but the previous owners did park it covered most of the time.
I purchased the car new and it is only 20 months old.Most of the gassing happens within the first few months, after which it subsides to the point of becoming pretty negligible. I would expect a two year old vehicle to be pretty much past that phase already. Maybe the previous owner used some dash cleaning/protecting products, which are themselves giving off chemicals?