While some auto manufacturers are just now releasing their "cutting-edge" in-car infotainment and multimedia display technology, Ford is celebrating 5 years of the Ford SYNC. Five million Ford cars equipped with the SYNC have been sold since the first one, and Ford has no plans of giving up their top spot to anyone else.
Ford chose Microsoft to help in their technology endeavor, a choice that has paid off for both companies.
"SYNC has helped us evolve as an automaker, to think and act more like a technology company, with a new level of openness and access that has forever changed how we look at our business and respond to our customers," Paul Mascarenas, chief technical officer and vice president for Ford Research and Innovation, told media. "Ultimately, SYNC embodies what Ford is all about: going further to transform innovative ideas into products that are affordable, attainable and valuable to millions of people."
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