Ford Motor Co. and Microsoft Corp.’s new multi-media system, Sync, will be nearly impossible to detect inside an equipped vehicle, says a product development manager who heads up the project. Other than a small microphone hidden in the mirror, a USB port and steering wheel controls, the system will be integrated completely with a vehicle’s internal systems, says Gary Jablonski, product development manager-Infotainment Systems. “It’s a standalone feature,” he says. “The best way to think ...

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