KUGA MAKES HI-TECH GAINS
FORD is standardising a reverse camera and adding SYNC2 across the Ford Kuga SUV range. The arrival of on Ford
makes the one most innovative small SUVs available with 10 advanced technologies — including important driver assistance and fuelsaving features.
From this month, Ford Kuga will be available with Ford’s SYNC2
connectivity system for the first time, enabling drivers to operate phone, entertainment, climate and navigation systems using simple conversational language. The system will be available as standard on Trend and Titanium models.
A reverse camera will become standard across the range, while among SYNC2 enhancements are voice control of radio, climate system and satellite navigation as with traffic message channel.
features a high-resolution eight-inch colour touchscreen in the centre console that can help drivers when manoeuvring by displaying live feed from the rear view camera.
The Ford Kuga Titanium panorama roof has been revised to offer improved ventilation. It can now be operated along with the windows using the key fob as part of global opening and closing feature, allowing customers to better cool inside vehicle on hot days before getting in.
The interior has been further enhanced with a new air vent design.