The new Ford B Max has gone on sale in the UK with prices from £12,995 to £18,895. Based on the Ford Fiesta platform and featuring Ford's Easy Access Door System. Launch promotions for the B-Max include Free Ford SYNC and Thatcham Alarm on selected Zetec models with free heated seats on selected Titanium models models. Customers who pre-order a B-MAX will also benefit from 4.9% APR finance and £1,000 deposit allowance from Ford Credit on 2 year Ford Options (PCP).
Ford SYNC: Everything you need to know | Ford's touch and voice-controlled infotainment kit is here at last. But is it any good? To find out, TechRadar got its sticky fingers on a SYNC-equipped Ford Focus. Buying advice from the leading technology site
A 2012 Mustang (retrofitted with Dynacom's 1967 fastback replica body) with built-in Wi-Fi, heads-up displays with augmented reality in the windshield, Kinect sensors at the rear and front of the car, and a Windows 8-powered touchscreen on the dash. Microsoft has also packed in Ford Sync, an Xbox 360, and a rear windshield projector screen. You can also locate, unlock, and start the car from a Windows Phone app, and even talk into the phone to broadcast your voice to the outside of the car.
Ford Sync 3 is also heading to Europe this summer Ford is apparently launching the Sync 3 connected car system this summer not only in the US but also in Europe. The voice-activated 8-inch infotainment center can easily find establishments for you all you need to do is press a button and say I need a coffee or I need gas petrol. And since the automaker baked both Android Auto and Apple Car Play support into the system you can pair it with either an iPhone or an Android device. Ford has…