1. The 2024 Ford Mustang EcoBoost is considered the seventh generation of the Mustang, but its changes are more incremental compared to previous generational shifts.

2. The new Mustang retains many features from the previous generation (S550) with the body hardpoints and suspension remaining largely unchanged.

3 .The base EcoBoost turbo-four versions have a starting price of $32,515 for the hardtop coupe and $40,615 for the convertible. 

4.Despite having half the cylinder count of the V-8 version, the EcoBoost still offers impressive performance and features an electronic handbrake optimized for drifting. 

5. Unfortunately, the manual transmission option has been removed from the EcoBoost model, most likely due to the majority of buyers being less focused on all-out performance.

6. The 2024 Mustang EcoBoost comes with a highly digitized interior, offering various options for personalization, including 12 available wheels, 11 exterior colors, and several options for hood and side stripes.

7. Ford aimed to broaden the car's appeal, especially to younger buyers, by providing a highly digitalized experience with a large 12.4-inch flat-screen instrument cluster and a 13.2-inch touchscreen for the Sync 4 infotainment system. 

8. Ford's decision to go digital and offer various features through the touchscreen and digital displays is seen as a risk in a market where the Mustang is known for its retro appeal. 

9. The EcoBoost model offers various drive modes, throttle and stability control settings, extra engine-performance gauges, an acceleration timer, and a track-lap timer through the infotainment system. 

10 .The EcoBoost model shares the same menus and graphics as the GT version, ensuring consistency across the Mustang lineup.