Like something out of 007, prepare for your phone to suggest remote starting your car.
Although initially scheduled to be unveiled at the 2015 North American International Auto Show on Tuesday, the 2016 MKX shows its face early thanks to a leak.
How does it compare to the MyFord Touch system it’s replacing?
The first Revel system will become available in the next-generation 2016 Lincoln MKX.
Since the MyFord Touch system was the source of many customer complaints, Ford’s goal with SYNC 3 was to make things easier.
Last week’s announcement of Ford’s SYNC 3 interface made no mention of Microsoft’s dismissal. Here’s what happened.
That’s a whole lot of envelopes!
Call it a fourth-quarter comeback. A “Tim Tebow,” if you must.
If you ask us, it still needs to evolve from the whale-esque appearance.
Watch as Ford User Interface Design Engineer Jennifer Brace demonstrates the various updates to the improved system.
After gobs of negative customer feedback and criticism from industry publications, Ford has announced that it will issue performance updates to its new infotainment system that address many of the[…]
Lincoln’s present-day MKS and MKT full-sizers are excellent luxury appliances, save for one rather important aspect: infotainment. The current models don’t offer the feature-rich MyLincoln Touch system — and that’s[…]