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post #1 of 13 Old 05-01-2014, 12:23 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Foglight

How will Ford handle the mandatory (Belgium) rear foglight on the new Stang ?


Guess if we import it before launch in Europe this will be the result !
http://img.autotrader.nl/ford/mustan...531-Medium.jpg


But suppose the EU versions will have it all well integrated ?
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How will Ford handle the mandatory (Belgium) rear foglight on the new Stang ?


Guess if we import it before launch in Europe this will be the result !
http://img.autotrader.nl/ford/mustan...531-Medium.jpg


But suppose the EU versions will have it all well integrated ?
supposedly reverse light is supposed to double as an LED rear fog...



or pehaps they do something like Mercedes did with the CLA and bake it into one of the tail lamps...





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post #3 of 13 Old 05-01-2014, 02:03 PM
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im sure that reverse light in the middle can also be a rear fog light

not sure wtheck the point of a rear fog light is
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If it doesn't originally function as a fog light or rear brake light i can see mods being done to make that happen.



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There can be a lot of fog overhere (this morning was a good example!) and we had some major accidents in the past with many victims...that's why it's made mandatory.


Not sure how they can have a fog light behind a white plastic/glass or they will have to work something out...


Including it in tail lights wou1d be the most logic solution but here as well it might require some creativity to include it....
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ahh ok


good to know.

sometimes they just cut a slot out in the bumper and throw the foglight there
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There can be a lot of fog overhere (this morning was a good example!) and we had some major accidents in the past with many victims...that's why it's made mandatory.


Not sure how they can have a fog light behind a white plastic/glass or they will have to work something out...


Including it in tail lights wou1d be the most logic solution but here as well it might require some creativity to include it....
They could have a separate red bulb,or they could even use an RGB LED which is able to display different colours...



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Here's the answer on the foglight !


http://www.mustang6g.com/forums/show...7.html?p=41321


Let's hope this version will stay in Asia !! Don't need the rear white lights & fake gascap, galopping pony is way better !!!
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i personally find rear fog lights way too distracting

they hurt your eyes
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post #10 of 13 Old 05-05-2014, 07:51 PM
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I like how they integrated the light.
Not bad at all. At least they did it the right way



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