When Ford redesigned Mustang back in 2005, they promised a Mustang that was thoroughly inspired by the 1964-1970 Mustang but brought 21st-century power and technology to the forefront. The iconic S197 Mustang was born! To carry the Mustang through the early 2010s, Ford redesigned the S197 in 2010 and retained its evolutionary looks but added additional Mustang goodies that would go on to cement the Mustang as a true performance car. For 2011, Ford shook up the motoring world by bringing back the legendary 5.0" Coyote V8 for GT Models and dropping in the high-revving, Cyclone engine into all V6 Models.

One of the biggest changes for the 2010 redesign was a completely enhanced interior that shook off the critics who panned the 2005-2009 Mustangs interior as cheap and boring. Gone were the hard plastics of the 2005-2009 model, replaced by a soft touch dashboard, real aluminum accents and completely redesigned seats. Along with the substantially upgraded interior appointments, additional, modern interior tech like an LCD gauge cluster screen and SYNC started to make its way into the Mustang. Ford even offered the Mustang with a multicolored interior accent package that allowed owners to choose from 125 different colors.

No matter which trim you own, the 2011-2014 S197 Mustang's throwback-inspired interior is entirely focused around the driver and a joy to spend time in . Let's be clear though, although the Ford engineers knocked this interior out of the park, it doesn't mean that you need to settle for what rolled off the factory floor! In fact, one of the easiest ways to put your own personal mark on your 2011-2014 S197 Mustang is to modify the interior to better reflect your personal style and attitude.

If you like to row your own gears, there's nothing more satisfying and tactile than a cue ball style shifter that offer fantastic weight, and feel. The stock Mustang pedals are just begging for that slick metal look and you can achieve that look easily with a set of pedal covers that are designed to fit the exact curvature of the stock pedals. Ditch those dingy old set of mats for a set of new floor mats that are thicker and more luxurious than anything that came out of the factory.No matter which upgrades you choose, upgrading the interior of your 2011-2014 S197 Mustang is an easy way to make your stang' stand out.

Beyond killer looks, upgrading your interior can bring additional functionality and add to the overall driving experience. An A-pillar gauge pod adds in crucial extra space for things like a fuel pressure gauge or a boost gauge. Tired of those old seats? How about a brand new set of Corbeau racing seats that are designed to look great and hold you in place as you clip apexes around your favorite autocross course? You can even pick up a new cabin air filter so you can breathe easier.

If you're looking for the best interior upgrades for your 2011 - 2014 Mustang - Steeda has the right gear for you!