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The new 2015 Ford Mustang will be launched with a new Selectable Driving mode feature that will allow the driver to choose between four different driving modes.

This is two more driving models than the 2014 model. The two new driving modes are Snow/wet and Track.

“We have a new selectable driving mode feature in 2015 and so we're going to allow you to choose between Snow/Wet, Normal, Sport and Track,” Pericak said while taking about the reasons the 2015 Mustang was benchmarked against the Porsche 911. “The 911 does a great job when you change its driving modes, all of the systems change pretty dramatically,” he added.

There is plenty more to read about in this interview that AutoEvolution did with the 2015 Mustang Chief Engineer. --> 2015 Mustang Chief Engineer Interview: Can't Wait for People to Drive It!
 

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before anyone is wondering
Question :Speaking of these modes, how do they affect the stability and traction control?

Answer: Well, quite a bit. When you select each, you change three main things. One is the steering effort, the other is the Electronic Stability Control (the level that it's set at) and then the engine and throttle response calibration.
So NO it does not change suspension damper settings.

So not sure how thats comparable to the Porsche as I believe the Porsche adjusts the dampers as well.
 
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