Ford recently announced that they will debut their SYNC system in Europe where the 2012 Ford Focus is concerned, which means its current language range will also multiply more than sixfold from three to 19. Originally launched in the US back in 2007, it has been fairly successful that it can go global. In this case, Ford will be working with Nuance Communications in order to ensure that SYNC users are able to enjoy a uniform experience regardless of the country they’re in and the lingo that they use. This is no mean task, considering the amount of languages and dialects that are spread across Europe, but this partnership with Nuance has seen Ford achieve unprecedented working capability with SYNC that you won’t feel out of place even when you’re in a foreign country, listening to directions in your heart language without losing the proper foreign language pronunciation of street names.
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