As the population and economy grow, we see more and more cars filling up our existing roadways. As a result, traffic becomes more abundant and incredibly more stressful. Have you ever had a backseat driver make driving through these obstacles close to unbearable? We all have, and we all know how annoying it can be! The good news is Ford has recently created some pretty amazing technologies that act like backseat drivers for safety, and they’re much quieter too. Think about it this way, this technology is paving the way for saver roadways, safer cars, and better driving all around. Here’s a few game changing driver assists available on Ford’s 2015 lineup. Read More
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Ever since its introduction in 1990, the Ford Explorer has been an adventurous, rugged family vehicle that made its way into our hearts as well as into our garages. The 2016 Ford Explorer continues this tradition thanks to its continuous innovations and advancement to technology. This current generation of Explorer provided the automotive industry with some groundbreaking technology in regards to convenience and safety. Buyers could (and still can) option their vehicles with Inflatable Safety Belts, MyFord Touch, Blind Spot Information Systems, and even Active Parking Assist! The 2016 Explorer is available with these, and much more. Read More
Ford has yet to disappoint with any of their new 2015 model announcements this year and the 2015 Ford Edge keeps that trend going. Unlike the last Edge refresh, the 2015 model has been completely redesigned with an all new more aggressive body style (think SUV version of a fastback), and a new emphasis on the latest technology Ford has to offer. In Forbes write up of the new besting selling CUV in its class they write “Cars like the 2015 Ford Edge will make it harder for some to justify shelling out big bucks on luxury vehicles.” They couldn’t be closer to the mark.
Despite the Ford Focus being the top selling vehicle in the world, Ford has decided to redesign the 2015 Ford Focus compact car to be bolder, smarter, and even more fuel efficient. Taking design queues from the Fiesta and Fusion, the front fascia and front hood have all been redesigned, including the headlamps and fog lamps. The liftgate and taillamps have also been redesigned for the hatchback, as well as the trunklid on the sedan. Every model except the S will see available redesigned wheels ranging from 15″ – 18″.
When it comes to automotive technology, the future is now. Self-Driving cars are no longer just a concept, many companies are implementing many self-driving features into their vehicles today. When a complete and fully functional self-driving car hits the market, it will not so much be released with a bang, but rather introduced as the next installment of features we are already seeing today. There are a handful of vehicles right now available with technology such as adaptive cruise control that will adjust to surrounding traffic speed, collision prevention systems that can bring a vehicle to a stop to avoid an accident, and active lane keeping that will actually steer the car without the help or a driver on straight lines and highway curves, to name a few.