In an episode that's set to air this Sunday, March 25 at 9 p.m. ET, the West Coast Customs team is taking a brand-new 2012 Mustang and converting it to 1967 bodywork, and partnering with Microsoft to add tons of cool technology.
Microsoft is hooking this car up with loads of cool stuff, including Kinect for Xbox 360, Xbox 360, the Windows operating system, Windows Phone, Windows Azure, Bing, Ford Sync and more! The Project Detroit Mustang can be located, unlocked and started via the Viper SmartStart App for a Windows Phone. It also has a tablet embedded in the passenger side dash that can do practically anything, from surfing the web, to watching movies, listening to music, or posting a message for other drivers that displays in Project Detroit's rear window.
That's just the tip of the iceberg with the Project Detroit Mustang. The preview above--this week's video of the week--is just to wet your appetite. You'll have to watch on Sunday night to see the other amazing features that Microsoft and West Coast Customs have installed. Don't miss it--it's at 9 p.m. on Velocity!
Source: Mustangs Daily