Today, Ford and Waze announced their partnership to bring the world’s largest community-based traffic, globally to vehicles to encourage people to help each other improve their quality of commute.

Here’s how it works:

  • Drivers simply connect their Waze-equipped iPhone to the USB port of their Ford vehicle
  • The viewing map gets projected onto the vehicle touch screen, which can be controlled via voice command
  • Voila! You’re now plugged in to take efficient traffic routes, find cheaper fuel prices and avoid traffic accidents!

“Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for people to access the smartphone features, apps and services they care about most in the car, without having to pick up their device,” said Don Butler, executive director, connected vehicle platform and product, Ford Motor Company. “With Waze, our customers get the benefits they’re accustomed to with the added luxury of experiencing them on a bigger screen.”

In addition to the ability to report on heavy traffic, accidents and fuel prices, Ford’s integration of Waze includes recent app updates such as talk to Waze, which lets you control the app via voice command. Features also include route support for high-occupancy vehicle lanes (carpool lanes), providing additional navigation options and more accurate arrival times.

To access Waze on AppLink in your Ford vehicle, you’ll need SYNC 3 software version 3.0 or greater installed in your vehicle. You’ll also need iOS 11.3 and the Waze app downloaded on your phone. Please visit ford.com for a complete set of instructions.

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