Here's an update in the mirror safety and styling department, but this upgrade concerns the outside rearview mirrors.
For several years Ford has created one version or another of turn signal mirrors installed on various models (mostly trucks and SUVs) from the factory either as an option or as part of a package group. These signals were either embedded in the mirror glass or were an integral part of the plastic mirror housing. Having a turn signal midship is akin to the turn signal on a semitrailer. If you're in the driver's blind spot and that midship turn signal blinks, it lets you know that the driver is about to move into your lane and that you should take the appropriate actions.
We wanted the modern convenience and safety features found on other Ford vehicles to be installed on our own Mustang. We turned to Classic Design Concepts for its new turn signal mirror conversion kit for our '99 Cobra coupe. The installation takes a little more than an hour and requires basic metric tools and wire cutters to complete the job. The finished look is near stock (you can see the LED chevrons if you look closely, and there are CDC logos on the glass), and the safety improvement is dramatic for the Mustang and its inherent blind spot.