You are not going to believe this. You know how I know that? I don’t believe this and I work here. Ford has given a little sneak peak at the future of the Sync system and what it will someday be capable of. The crazy thing about all these cool new perks, is I don’t think they’re all that far off.

The future of the Sync system will be far more healthy friendly. Think about this for a minute with me for a minute. If you have a respiratory problem like asthma or allergies, then your car could be programmed to help you make your sickness far easier to manage. If today’s pollen count were dangerously high on different routes around town, your car could use the GPS coupled with this new system to help you find a route that would make it easier to breath.

Won’t Somebody Please Think Of The Children!!

Now in this little scenario, let us for a moment imagine someone in the car has diabetes. The Ford future duty will be able to not only monitor your breathing for those health risks, but also monitor one of your passenger’s blood sugar. I’m sorry but is anyone else freaking out over this amazement.

Here in the heart of Kentucky, if there is one thing we aren’t short on it is heart risks. To be fair, so is the rest of America. The reason I bring it up is that on top of everything else, this new system would also be able to monitor your heart. Think about that, forget the blue button, when you’re in trouble this thing will call an ambulance for you. How about that? Here in Lawrenceburg, Ford Superduty is in a lot of folks driveways, and we make a living with our trucks. Someday our trucks will keep us alive too. If you’re heading down to the market to pick up some groceries and your allergies kick up, your kid’s blood sugar tanks out, and then your ticker gives up, I’m not sure if it will handle it all at once, before the ambulance gets to Lawrenceburg, Ford Fusion to the rescue.