Autos being designed with smartphone features, from WKYC.
Drivers can stay connected to their favorite apps, even on the road
CLEVELAND – It’s technology at you finger tips, even behind the wheel.
It’s what drivers are now expecting in this connected world, and automakers at the Cleveland Auto Show are taking notice.
Car manufactures are competing over a better experience between your smart phone and your car.
Technology like voice recognition, blue tooth, and other features has been around for years, but giving customers more access to their digital life has become a key strategy for sales.
Ford’s Sync 3 is available in 2015 models.
Mark LaNeve, Ford’s VP US Sales & Marketing, says car makers are working hard to integrate technology in your driving.