FORD WORKING ON VAN AND CAR SOUND SYSTEMS FOR THE FUTURE

Keeping yourself entertained whilst journeying is something that many fleet drivers have to deal with. Whilst many opt for the radio, many like to enjoy their favourite artists via MP3 players or CD players.
The Ford Motor Company, renowned for its innovative ideas, has been discussing just how they are working on commercial van and car sound systems. The information was released to the technology website CNET by Ford's acoustic engineer Christine Templin who has been working on the upcoming 2012 Ford CUV, the Kuga, amongst other vehicles.
The engineers have been using a wide variety of music to test and tweak in-car and in-cab sound quality to give car and van drivers the best possible sound. Artists such as Beyonce, Rhianna, and, surprisingly, the British electronic band 808 State are just some artists that are listened to by technicians to attain the best clarity on Ford's next generation of cars and new Ford vans.
So, next time you are travelling in a commercial vehicle such as a Transit van, remember that in the near future you could be enjoying your working journey with an innovative stereo system from Ford.