I would suppose if you pit someone of Tony Stark’s genius with the 2012 Ford Mustang, he would have turned it into a ride that even the Green Hornet would be envious of. Unfortunately, there are no actual Tony Starks around, leaving Microsoft’s engineers to merge a slew of technology into the Ford Mustang, where it has been retrofitted with Dynacom’s 1967 fastback replica body to boot. You will be able to take advantage of on-board Wi-Fi connectivity with the 2012 Ford Mustang, in addition to a heads-up display with augmented reality in the windshield, Kinect sensors that are located at the rear and front segments of the car, and even a touchscreen digital instrument cluster that runs off Windows 8. Microsoft thinks that all of those are just to whet your appetite, throwing in Ford Sync, an Xbox 360, and a rear windshield projector screen to boot. If you happen to own a Windows Phone-powered smartphone, you can locate, unlock, and start the car from a dedicated Windows Phone app.