Ford has showcased a list of their latest mobility technology at the ongoing CES being held at Shanghai, China.
It showcased its latest in-car connectivity technologies and also introduced MyEnergi Lifestyle in China. To be first run as a pilot program in Beijing and Shanghai, MyEnergi Lifestyle has been developed to demonstrate the real-world impact of energy saving products. It is a model that showcases how combining renewable energy sources, efficient home appliances and a plug-in vehicle can significantly reduce families’ energy costs and carbon footprint.
Along with this one of the major attraction was the SYNC3 – Ford’s latest iteration of in-car connectivity system. The new system boasts faster performance, more conversational voice commands, a more intuitive touchscreen and an easier-to-understand interface to help customers control their in-car entertainment and climate settings. The American manufacturer also launched GoDrive –a London-based car-sharing mobility experiment that will invite 2,000 members of the public to enjoy flexible, practical and affordable access to a fleet of 50 cars at 20 convenient locations throughout the city.
Ford is going full throttle with its mobility solutions. It plans to make the driving experience much better, by providing in-car assistance and infotainment that will help drivers during their daily commuting.