California attorney and inventor Frank Weyer makes good on his promise to take Ford Motor Co. to court over a differentiating feature on the ’05 Mustang he says he created. Weyer says the technology behind Mustang’s MyColor instrumentation – which allows for numerous combinations of backlight hues for the central gauge cluster – was awarded a federal patent Nov. 2, 1999, and is being used by Ford without permission. Inventor accuses Ford of ripping off MyColor feature. He has ...

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