With an in-car Wi-Fi hotspot offering speeds of up to 4G LTE*, you don’t need to use your smartphone’s valuable data allowance to stay online. You can effortlessly connect a maximum of ten devices to the hotspot, load your favourite streaming services, and make those long journeys feel a lot shorter for any passengers or children travelling in your car. FordPass Connect comes with 3 months or 3GB of complementary data. Afterwards you can buy data bundles for a day, a month, or even a year from Vodafone. See their website for details. Check your vehicle's compatibility
Launching on the All-New Ford Focus, eCall‡‡ is a potentially life-saving feature that’s designed to reduce the time between a serious accident occurring and assistance being provided by the emergency services. In the unlikely event of an accident, FordPass Connect can automatically place an eCall to the emergency services and provide them with your vehicle’s location. You can also press an SOS button in your car to contact the emergency services directly if you witness an accident or require emergency assistance.
FordPass Connect is an optional extra. The on-board modem will be connected at the time of vehicle delivery. You may choose to opt in/opt out of certain data sharing. The technology will be made available in selected markets in 2018, with the remaining markets following through 2019.
Screen appearance may vary. Depending on your device, you’ll need to connect to SYNC 3 via a USB cable for iOS models or via Bluetooth® for Android devices. You can use Live Traffic in those vehicles equipped with SYNC 3 and satellite navigation. These include: Focus, C-MAX and Grand C-MAX (built after September 2016); Kuga, Transit Connect, Ranger (built after October 2016); Mondeo, S-MAX, Galaxy, All-New Fiesta (built after 15th May 2017), Mustang (built after 1st March 2017) and Edge (built after 15th March 2017).