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E-Brake / Parking Brake

Hi all,


I'm in the market to buy a 2019 or 2020 Mustang Ecoboost but I have one thing holding me back from making the purchase. The fact that there is an old school e-brake on the center console makes it so that the armrest is pushed so far back that it's useless to me (I'm not such a big person). I went to the extent of renting a mustang to see if I could deal with it and I couldn't (bad shoulder).
I have tried to configure the seat, steering wheel in every way.

I can't imagine I'm the only one with this issue?

Is there a simple solution (other than asking Ford to redesign)? I don't want to put a big pillow on top of the e-brake.
All my other cars I have no problem having my right arm on the armrest while holding the steering wheel.
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You don't have much choice then. I did a quick search and found 5spurs.com who supply a supplemental piece which looks quite nice. You'd lose the cup holders, though. US$130.

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