The new 2015 Mustang line-up, of which the 50 Anniverary edition is a part, comes with the latest generation of Ford's Microsoft-powered SYNC AppLink infotainment system technology. There are rumors the troublesome SYNC software might be replaced by Blackberry's QNX OS, but the company declined to comment on that possibility.
In the new Mustang, instead of using the touch-screen to adjust the suspension, throttle, traction and even check the tire pressure, the driver uses knobs on the steering wheel.
Those knobs control Mustang’s Track Apps menu, which is located in the middle of the gauge cluster. Ford chose to add the knobs to the new lineup to help drivers keep an eye on the road.