Europe: 2010 Ford Focus to get SYNC and new ADAS

The range and breadth of new features and technologies being introduced in Ford of Europe’s new models starting in 2010 is virtually unprecedented in the company’s history.

The next-generation Focus will bring C-segment customers an exciting array of advanced technologies normally only found in larger, premium segment vehicles.

These include safety and driver assistance features like a new low speed collision mitigation system, Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Information System, Speed Limiter, Traffic Sign Recognition, Driver Alert, Lane Keeping Aid, and Active Park Assist, plus the latest cockpit technologies such as the state-of-the-art MyFord driver connection system with a powerful Ford SYNC connectivity and voice-control package.

New ADAS features:

  • Blind Spot Information System [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus, C-MAX, Grand C-MAX, 2010 S-MAX/Galaxy]
  • Speed Limiter [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus, C-MAX, Grand C-MAX, 2010 S-MAX/Galaxy]
  • Adaptive Cruise Control [available on next-generation Focus, 2010 S-MAX/ Galaxy/Mondeo]
  • Lane Departure Warning [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus]
  • Lane Keeping Aid [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus]
  • Driver Alert [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus]
  • Traffic Sign Recognition system [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus]
  • Low speed collision mitigation system [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus]

New connectivity features:

  • MyFord driver connectivity system [NEW to Ford – available on next-generation Focus, C-MAX, Grand C-MAX]
  • Ford SYNC connectivity and voice control [NEW to Ford of Europe – available on next-generation Focus]

Source: Ford.

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