The 2014 Ford Mustang GT is a car that’s totally capable on the track, and it’s not just because of its performance and handling prowess. This Ford Mustang GT also has some technological features in the cockpit to help its driver ensure it’s being used to the best of its potential. Autobytel road test editor Benjamin Hunting spent some time with a Ford Mustang GT to demonstrate the Track Apps and Ford SYNC features. Track Apps is a system that calculates and stores information such as 0-60 sprint times and braking distances, but it also provides important real-time data such as oil temperature, inlet temperature, air to fuel ratio, and an accelerometer. A Ford Mustang GT owner can use Track Apps to record and compare past race performance, while also knowing how the car is performing at any given time by monitoring its systems. Track Apps controls are mounted in the steering wheel for easy access, and the information is displayed on a screen in the instrument cluster. Ford SYNC is the infotainment system used in the 2014 Ford Mustang GT, where most of the car’s electronic functions are consolidated into one touch screen. Drivers and front seat passengers can use Ford SYNC to access the navigation system, the audio controls, climate control, and smartphone syncing. The system is an improvement over the MyFord Touch interface, although the Ford SYNC user experience isn’t completely seamless yet.