2024 Ford Mustang delivered to dealer with mismatched seats

Wrong cars are often, counterintuitively, highly regarded because of the questions they raise. how Did this pass quality control? Where was it built? Did someone have a bad Thursday morning? This happened often when cars were largely manufactured by humans but is extremely rare in the world of strictly regulated automated production. So a 2024 Ford Mustang with mismatched seats is a real rarity.

How this could happen, I’m not sure. Parts are closely tracked from assembly at the supplier, through shipment, to which production vehicle the part is assigned, and when it is due to be installed. Those of us who are interested in new things often see barcodes on all kinds of parts. This is how they are indexed and tracked for production. Not to mention the stringent quality control that modern cars are subject to, with a dedicated force of inspectors ensuring the car is built to specifications.

But somehow, the new Ford Mustang got a pair of mismatched Recaro seats. They sure look like they’re the same style of seats, but they have completely different upholstery. The driver’s seat is upholstered in perforated leather with a white Recaro logo. The passenger seat is decorated with micro-suede inserts, leather bolsters and a blue Recaro logo. They are very clearly different. But after some simple research, you may have solved the mystery of which seat actually belongs to this car.

The 2024 Mustang GT Premium with Recaro seats can only have leather, while the top-spec Dark Horse can get Recaro with micro-suede. A slight discrepancy is that the Dark Horse uses blue leather trim with black suede, while the bug seat on this Mustang is black. Either way, the seat that He should This car is a leather car. Where the other seat came from is still a mystery, and could be a wrong seat itself.

One day, if left untouched, this car will completely cross the auction block. I can see that already, someone claiming one Mustang. People, this is your chance.

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