Over the years, Ford has found its vehicles and technology in museums across the nation, from the Smithsonian to the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California where Ford SYNC onboard connectivity was recently added to the collection that lauds advancements in the computer world, joining tech giants like Microsoft, Apple, IBM, and Google. Of course, here at Plantation Ford, we think that's pretty good company and we're going to explain why SYNC was selected.
As cars have moved forward, it's increasingly important that new Ford vehicles stay on top of technology not only to keep drivers connected in the digital age, but to also provide them with a better driving experience by including navigation and safety technology along with the ability to run vehicle diagnostics to ensure the car runs as smooth as possible. Taking that into account, the Computer History Museum decided to include Ford SYNC as an example of the changing landscape.
Found in models like the Ford Flex, Focus and Taurus, Ford SYNC offers a wide range of features including smartphone and digital music integration, hands-free calling, voice-activated commands, text message to speech that allows for drivers to hear their texts while driving, and the use of third-party apps with AppLink.
Of course, those are just a few examples of the many things Ford SYNC has to offer. If you'd like to learn more about the exciting onboard technology, stop in to Plantation Ford, serving drivers in Ft. Lauderdale, Sunrise and Pembroke Pines, as we'd be more than happy to discuss new Ford vehicles with you at our showroom. Located at 707 North State Road Plantation, FL 33317, we're here to answer any questions you might have, show you the inner workings of SYNC, and arrange a test drive at your convenience.