It's a good day for Ford Sync users. The Blue Oval has officially announced two big leaps forward for the company's infotainment system for smartphone users. For the first time, Apple users will find that their iPhone is now fully compatible with Sync. Previously, the system was only usable with devices that used RIM or Android operating systems. What's more, users can now control the applications on their smartphones using a hands-free, voice-operated system. So far, there are only a handful of
Ken Block and AJ Allmendinger do the burnout thing – Click above to watch video after the jump
2011 Ford Fiesta offset barrier crash test – Click above for high-res image gallery
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Ken Block Gymkhana 3 Fiesta – Click above for high-res image gallery
The real revolutionaries in the Fiesta Movement – the cars themselves, not the agents – have more work to do even though they're kind of on sale now and the revolution is over. Ford is giving 43 of the 100 Fiestas from the movement to the Team O'Neil Reilly Rally School in New Hampshire, where the hatchbacks will be refitted for student racing duty.
2011 Ford Fiesta – Click above for high-res image gallery
Ford Fiesta vs. Lamborghini Gallardo – Click above to watch video after the jump
2011 Ford Fiesta - Click above for high-res image gallery
It's fitting that Ford's first European offering to swim over this way will bring with it another feature that The Continent can take credit for: tap-for-three-blinks turn signal operation. It will appear on the Fiesta this summer, and then migrate to other vehicles in the 2011 line-up, starting with the Super Duty series.