The Ford line-up is getting redesigns, updates, upgrades and brining in 2013 models. But, what about Sync? This technology is also improving and becoming more available to the customer. Follow the following article to find out more.
SYNC Accelerates into 2013 as Standard Equipment on New Ford Fusion and Flex
- 2013 Ford Fusion and Flex get SYNC® as standard equipment on all trim levels
- Ford SYNC, the voice-activated in-car connectivity system introduced in 2007, now is installed in more than 4 million Ford Motor Company vehicles
- Powered by the Microsoft Windows Embedded Automotive platform, SYNC has created the “upgradeable car,” allowing new features and improvements to be seamlessly integrated on a pace with consumer trends and preferencesDEARBORN, Mich., Feb. 9, 2012 – Drivers of more than 4 million vehicles already take advantage of mobile device connectivity provided by Ford SYNC®, which is available as either optional or standard equipment on every new Ford sold in NorthAmerica. That population is set to grow even more for 2013 as the all-new Ford Fusion and Flex get SYNC as standard equipment.Since its debut in 2007, SYNC has been recognized as the industry-leading system for connecting mobile phones and media players and enabling hands-free use through a simple and reliable voice-control system.