The New 2017 Escape is  Ford's First Vehicle to Offer Apple CarPlay Support

The New 2017 Escape is Ford's First Vehicle to Offer Apple CarPlay Support

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Ford has announced that production on the new 2017 Escape, its first vehicle to offer Apple CarPlay support, is now underway.

The new Escape, which goes on sale in May, will be the first Ford vehicle available with all-new SYNC Connect technology, making the ownership experience easier through vehicle features such as remote start and door locking via the new FordPass platform. Escape will also be first to offer SYNC 3 featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The New 2017 Escape is  Ford's First Vehicle to Offer Apple CarPlay Support

The 2017 Ford Escape is being built at Ford's Louisville Assembly plant, a sprawling 3.7-million-square-foot facility that houses 4,722 hourly employees, 247 salaried workers and 20.1 miles of assembly conveyor. It is one of Ford’s highest-volume production facilities in the world, capable of manufacturing up to six different vehicles at any time. Ford says most vehicles built at Louisville wear an Escape badge.

You can learn more about Ford's Sync 3 and Apple CarPlay integration here.



The New 2017 Escape is  Ford's First Vehicle to Offer Apple CarPlay Support
Mario - March 19, 2016 at 10:01am
About time!!! Chevrolet is WAY ahead of Ford! This is why they are loosing market share like crazy!!!
Obama - March 20, 2016 at 2:08am
They BETTER DON'T TOUCH THE MUSTANG
clown - March 19, 2016 at 9:42am
Well thats great. How about car where the air bags are not recalled . Most cars are not based on apple screens .
Areilly111 - March 19, 2016 at 6:09am
Sounds fitting a feature that will probably barley work for a vehicle that will barely work lol
. - March 19, 2016 at 1:51pm
This 'barely working' feature will only do so much. lawl
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