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January 8, 2015 at 2:35 PM

CES: Ford’s wild Mustang racing game

LAS VEGAS — If Ford isn’t too busy trying to reinvent transportation systems, the company should consider making video game hardware.

Take a look the Mustang racing simulator the company brought to the Consumer Electronics Show:

Ford’s Mustang simulator at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Maybe that’s how we’ll experience driving in the future, after Ford, Google and others have filled the roads with autonomous cars managed by cloud software companies. Mercedes-Benz brought some cool cars to Vegas, but its racing game was last-generation:

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Comments | Topics: Automotive, CES, ford

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