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26th June 2015

Ford - new video technology to help drivers see around corners


Ford is introducing new technology that can see around corners, even when drivers cannot, to help avert accidents.

The innovative Front Split View Camera -available as an option on the all-new Ford Galaxy and S-MAX - displays a 180-degree view from the front of the car, using a video camera in the grille. At a blind junction or exiting a driveway, the camera enables drivers to easily spot approaching vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists.

Ronny Hause, engineer, Driver Assistance Electronic Systems, Ford of Europe said:

"It's not just blind junctions that can be stressful, sometimes an overhanging tree, or bushes can be the problem. Simply driving off driveways can be a challenge. Much like a rear-view camera, Front Split View Camera is one of those technologies that people will soon find indispensable."

The all-new Galaxy and S-MAX are available to order now, priced from £27,595 and £25,245 respectively, with front and rear cameras being a £400 option. Front Split View Camera also will be offered on the all-new Ford Edge upscale SUV, available in Europe later this year.

 

 

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