Do you fancy a spin in the all‑new Ford Mustang from multiple perspectives as it speeds around the legendary Silverstone race track. Well now you can thanks to this unique video which was shot at Silverstone with a Mustang fastback. Powered by a 5.0-litre V8 engine this video allows the viewer to rotate the vantage point from inside the Mustang using the mouse or curser. Just like in a video game, users also can seamlessly switch to helicopter and front bumper views, see the Mustang’s position on an active map, and check the speedometer and rev counter.
The interactive video can be experienced here: Mustang
Footage for the 80-second film was captured in a single day using six GoPro cameras inside the car, as well as drone and front bumper cameras. This was then meticulously edited to ensure a seamless panorama. Professional driver Paul Swift drove the Mustang on the 2.6-kilometre (1.6-mile) lap of the National Circuit at Silverstone, home to the F1 British Grand Prix. For the online version of the Mustang film, viewers start the action by clicking on the car’s iconic pony symbol, and start button. The camera is adjusted using the arrow keys, track pad, or mouse. Clicking on a helicopter icon displays the aerial view, clicking the Mustang’s fascia displays the view from the grille. A more basic version of the film also is available to view on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/3ifFZhMySq0
On sale across Europe for the first time in the car’s 50-year history, the all-new Ford Mustang is available as a fastback or convertible. The 5.0-litre Mustang delivers 421 PS and 530 Nm of torque, also available is a 2.3-litre EcoBoost version that delivers 317 PS and 432 Nm of torque.