Ford Motors revealed its new in-car driver connectivity system the MyFord Touch at CES today. The MyFord Touch is blending strengths of the most proven interfaces in consumer electronics – including MP3 players and mobile phones – with a new generation of Ford’s award-winning SYNC system. MyFord, which will be branded as MyLincoln Touch and MyMercury Touch on respective Lincoln and Mercury brand products, presents a redesigned user interface with touch-sensitive buttons, thumb wheel controls and voice recognition. The MyFord Touch displays information using two 4.2-inch full-color LCD screens flanking an analog speedometer and an 8-inch touch-screen LCD at the top of the center stack. Check out these sleek shots of Ford’s new MyFord Touch system.
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