Wanting to suck in ford

Duration: 14min 34sec Views: 787 Submitted: 22.07.2020
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But let's be clear, as it stands, they do suck. As a means of slightly boosting efficiency while simultaneously sucking nearly all of the fun out of driving a car, the continuously variable transmission is nearly unrivaled. But Ford is now taking another look at them in an effort to boost the efficiency of their more efficiency-oriented vehicles like the Fiesta. This is especially important in this case because the 1. The lack of an automatic transmission is hardly a boon to sales in North America, and a CVT is seen as a good way to bring in those who are afraid of a third pedal without scaring off the efficiency minded.

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Ford recently announced that it was shoving the MyFord Touch infotainment interface into a burlap sack with a bunch of rocks, tying that bag shut, and throwing it into the nearest lake. As a refresher, the old MyFord Touch system separated key tasks—audio, navigation on models so equipped , phone, and climate controls—into quadrants on the central touch screen; tapping on the corner saw the specific function take over the entire screen. A home screen displays a navigation window and a pair of tiles showing condensed phone and audio information. This is how it all looks, as demonstrated on a static Ford Mustang dashboard:. In any of the key menus—audio, phone, navigation, apps a new entry that displays Sync-compatible phone apps on the head unit , and settings—shortcuts to the other menus always live at the bottom of the screen. The only exception is when the navigation window is selected; here, to give users a bigger map, Ford hides the audio, phone, etc. In either case, the dynamic inputs result in immediate, lag-free response from the screen, making for smooth list browsing and map zooming.

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