Ford Co-Pilot360 uses a host of technologies to help driver's safely navigate congested roads and overcome distractions. We here at Keith White Ford-Lincoln love the entire suite of technologies, but the following two are worth mentioning here.

Blindspot Information System (BLIS) works by radar, detecting vehicles that veer into your blind spot while you're on the road. The detection registers as an alert light in your side view mirror, helping you merge and change lanes safely. BLIS also detects vehicles and pedestrians that cross behind you as you're backing out of a parking spot.

Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) begins with pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection. The technology senses vehicles and pedestrians who cross in front of your Ford as you're advancing. When sensors make a detection, warning flashes and alert sounds transpire. If you fail to brake after the warning flashes and alert sounds go off, AEB deploys to prevent a collision. Ford Co-Pilot360 is slated to be standard on all new Ford models by late 2019.



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