But the Venice beach event wasn't that great. They had only one car and it was off limit. So no time inside.
It was more like a regular Mustang gathering with tons of other models from various years. And the one 2015 model.
But, it is obvious that the car does look better in the flesh. And more different than it appears on pictures.
Too bad they chose the red and black wheel combo for the display car. Which makes it look cheap.
The interior seems much better than the current model. (Even though the door panels are still covered in hard plastics.)
I still think the 2005 redesign was much better. Simpler, cleaner.
But the 2015 is just fine. With a great stance. (It is wider and lower than the current one and it shows in person)