There are many parts of the automobile that go overlooked until called upon. Consider the humble horn. Available since the early days of automotive history, the horn is a vehicle’s voice. And each one is distinct, depending on where it is heard. “We now have an increased awareness of what a horn is used for in all of our markets,” says Patricia Seashore, Ford’s design and release supervisor. “It’s not the same all over the world.” When Seashore and her team began studying how ...
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