In 2010 the MyFord Touch system premiered. Heralded as the next generation of infotainment tech, it promised voice-activated commands, BlueTooth compatibility, and a RSS feed aggregator that would effortlessly compile (and read) social activity. It was supposed to spark sales and critical acclaim.
All it did, however, was spark anger. The MyFord Touch suffered from a lagging interface and a complicated design, causing drivers to devote more time to pressing buttons than following the road. It was an undeniable failure.
From that failure has come a chance for redemption, though - because Ford has just released the SYNC 3 and it delivers the info-tech that drivers deserve. Check it out!
With the debut of the SYNC 3 - a 2016 option, currently available in the Mustang, Fiesta, Expedition, Transit, and Escape - Ford revs toward success. By recognizing, and correcting, the problems of the past, the company can finally take its place among the infotainment titans.
The Touch platofrm has been replaced - and Key West Ford is glad.
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