In a recent development, Microsoft together with West Coast Customs swanked one of its most exceptional creations, a hi-tech car - the 2012 Ford Mustang. Microsoft unveiled the 2012 out-of-the-box car officially with the codename Project Detroit.
A concept car that's been created to inspire developers to think about building apps and automotive technologies of the future. Connected-device scenarios featured in the car incorporate Kinect for Xbox 360, Xbox 360, Windows 8, Windows Phone, Windows Azure, Bing, Ford Sync and more.
To create Project Detroit, a 2012 Ford Mustang with a 1967 fastback body, Microsoft teamed up with Ryan Friedlinghaus, an award-winning automotive designer based in Corona, Calif., and star of the Discovery Channel's Velocity network reality TV series Inside West Coast Customs.
While there are no plans to recreate it for showrooms, viewers can watch the car being built and pick up a few ideas, if interested, in creating it on an upcoming episode of the Inside West Coast Customs on the Velocity network, Sunday, March 25.
Have a look at the distinct features of the Microsoft Mustang.