Ford has announced that all of their 2017 cars with Ford Sync will come with Apple CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto.
The new Ford Sync feature on their 2017 vehicles will also come with 4G LTE and this allows for remote start and unlock with your smartphone.
“SYNC allows customers to bring the smartphone technology they’re comfortable with into a vehicle and use it without hassle,” said Don Butler, Ford executive director, Connected Vehicle and Services. “With SYNC, we move at our customers’ pace – making it easy for them to maintain a connected lifestyle no matter their choice of smartphone, apps or services inside and outside their vehicle.”
With more than 15 million SYNC-equipped vehicles on roads around the world today and 43 million expected by 2020, Ford’s industry-leading communications and entertainment technology is offering customers even more connectivity. Connectivity is one part of Ford Smart Mobility, the plan to take the company to the next level in connectivity, mobility, autonomous vehicles, the customer experience, and data and analytics.
You can find out more details about the new Ford Sync 3 system over at Ford at the link below, the company will also make the features available on 2016 cars with Sync 3 later this year.
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