Ford Motor Co. and Microsoft Corp. will debut a new in-vehicle system called Sync at January’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Sync will include a hands-free Bluetooth wireless and operating system that will eventually be offered as an option across the entire Ford lineup, the Wall Street Journal reports. Citing people familiar with the plans, the paper says the system will debut next year on the Ford Focus and Five Hundred sedans. A brand-wide rollout is expected in ...

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