Ford Endeavour Now Available With SYNC 3 Infotainment System
With the addition of Ford’s latest SYNC 3 infotainment system, the Endeavour now offers support for both Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto.
Ever since Ford introduced the second-gen Endeavour in the country, the automaker has constantly been making it a more value-packed product. The new SUV has elevated the Endeavour nameplate overnight and Ford has also slashed the prices of it by up to Rs 3 lakh recently! Now, the manufacturer has updated the infotainment system of the SUV from SYNC 2 to SYNC 3. SYNC 3 is Ford’s latest infotainment system and offers support for both Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto, which is a segment-first feature.
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The touch-based infotainment system is standard on the new Endeavour, however, SYNC 3 will only be offered with the top-end Titanium trims (Trend will be offered with the existing SYNC 2 unit). SYNC 3 was globally unveiled in December 2014 and is available in Ford’s latest cars since last year.
SYNC 3 has been developed by Ford from the ground-up and the automaker has done away with the involvement of Microsoft this time. For the uninitiated, SYNC and SYNC 2 were co-developed with Microsoft. SYNC 3 gets more powerful computing and comes with a brand new user interface. Additionally, SYNC 3 also offers over-the-air updates when connected via a Wi-Fi network. It features improved voice command functions with simplified inputs and even the Applink – your favourite smartphone applications connected via a voice-activated technology – is faster and more responsive than before. Also, you can still control the climate control unit from the car’s infotainment system.
Like before, it will feature Emergency Assistance, which will call emergency services in case of any casualty.
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