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Ford To Make Old Cars Smarter Via New ‘SmartLink’ Technology


With Ford’s new innovation, you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars each year for the latest vehicle technology. Today, the American automaker has officially introduced SmartLink, a device that plugs into contemporary cars to add some high-tech twist to your everyday driving.

You can save your thousands of dollars each year with the introduction of Ford’s latest vehicle technology. SmartLink has been officially introduced today by an American automaker. It is a device that plugs in to introduce some high-tech twist to your daily driving in your contemporary car.

Ford’s SmartLink Technology

It has been stated by PCMag that you will need to connect the accessory to the On-Board diagnostics to use the SmartLink. THE II port just below the steering wheel of any 2010 to 2016 ford or Lincoln vehicle house the SmartLink for the access on the smartphone-based controls that you can use. Ranging from a remote controlled lock and unlock, a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot which is capable of holding up to eight devices, vehicle location and security assistance, all are considered to be the features of SmartLink.

Ford To Make Old Cars Smarters Via New ‘SmartLink’ Technology
Ford To Make Old Cars Smarter Via New ‘SmartLink’ Technology

Where To Get SmartLink:

The SmartLink is developed in partnership with Verizon Telematics and Delphi Automotive. It is going to be available in this coming summer at any Ford and Lincoln dealership across the nation. An official release date is yet to be announced.

The Benefits Of SmartLink:

C-Max energy owners, Focus electric, Fusion Energy are the first owners of the new home to car capabilities via amazon and Ford. People who own an Echo Dot, Echo, or Amazon Tap can lock and unlock doors, and can get information on their vehicles even from the comfort of their living room through voice commands.

The SmartLink device is totally non-profitable but aims to give consumers more choices for controlling and connecting mobile apps while moving on the road.