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Afraid of Driving at Night? Ford Has a Solution You Need to See

Ford Night Driving

It’s not unusual for people to be a little apprehensive when driving at night. Many people are wary of experiencing night blindness, as well as not seeing possible hazards in the road, which can make folks less likely to head out after the sun goes down.

But Ford is looking to help alleviate some of these fears by developing technology that will hopefully help people feel more comfortable on the road during the nighttime…

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Ford Debuts New Smartwatch Apps

If you drive a Ford electric car or plug-in hybrid, you’ll be happy to learn that Ford is debuting new smartwatch apps on the automaker’s MyFord Mobile system. These new apps will allow green car drivers to check their car’s battery or charge level, locate their parked car and determine the available driving range for a trip, all from their wrist.

These apps were developed exclusively by Ford engineers and were designed…

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All-New Raptor Gets 'Cutting-Edge' Terrain Management System

2017 Ford F-150 Raptor

The all-new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is getting some serious equipment for off-roading enthusiasts to enjoy, including a state-of-the-art Terrain Management System and a cutting-edge transfer case.

The brand-new transfer case allows the Raptor to handle a variety of off-roading scenarios, combining four-wheel and all-wheel drive for precise control. This transfer case works with the Raptor’s innovative Terrain Management System that amplifies this control over several types of terrains, offering unique driving modes such…

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New Android-Powered Dashboard Coming from Google

At their annual I/O developer conference, Google announced their latest piece of in-car technology: the Android Dashboard.

This new technology is one of Google’s most innovative inventions, and heralds a new era for automotive autonomy and infotainment. Powered by Google’s Android N operating system, the Android Dashboard will work in a similar way to Android Auto.

Android Auto has become one of the most popular new in-car interfaces, giving drivers access to features such as music, navigation and messaging, through detailed integration with their smartphones.

According to Google, “Android Auto was designed with safety in mind. With…

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Your Ford is Speaking...Are You Listening?

After another long day of phone rings, text alerts, email bings and random buzzes, it’s hard to be incredibly perceptive when it comes to car tones, but these little beeps and extra dings that you may hear in your car are incredibly important for your safety. That is why Ford has an area within its company that is devoted entirely to the design of these chimes so that each alert can break through the…

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Ford Begins Autonomous Car Testing in California

The communities surrounding Santa Clara will be the site of a major test for Ford cars. The automaker will be unleashing fully autonomous Ford Fusion Hybrid sedans on the city streets of Palo Alto.

This is the first test of its kind for Ford, who has officially signed on with the California Autonomous Vehicles Test Program. This program looks to test how self-driving cars will work on public roads, making it a perfect partnership for…

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Waze is Coming to Ford SYNC 3

Ford Sync 3 with Waze 

Ford never ceases to amaze its customers with both durability and convenience. The SYNC 3 system continues in the tradition of accessibility by offering drivers access to Waze.

About Ford SYNC 3

Ford SYNC 3 places the power in the driver’s hands to do everything from access their car’s health report on the go to scheduling times to start the automobile from a smartphone. You only need to download the FordPass app to…

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How to Use Ford Remote Start to Cool or Heat Your Car

Ford Fusion Interior 

The warmer summer months are approaching and as the temperatures rise, so does the level of discomfort that you often feel while in your vehicle. If you have to head to work or to run an errand, you may dread having to walk to your hot car. It doesn’t help if you have to park your automobile out in the driveway where the sun heats it up or on the top of a parking…

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