Ford has released a new software update for the Ford Mustang Mach-e and here’s what’s new.
We have to start getting used to cars receiving regular software updates, updates that provide new features and options.
We usually talk in Somos Eléctricos about the software updates that Tesla cars receive, and the American brand is the most active in this innovation and also the first to apply it frequently and remotely to their electric cars.
However, as we have said, this is something that is growing and several manufacturers are already starting to offer software updates remotely (via OTA).
One of them is Ford, which has announced an important update for the Ford Mustang Mach-E. Here are the details of what’s new in the 4.1.2 software update for the Mustang Mach-E.
Ford has indicated that this update includes a new user interface with SYNC 4A. In addition, Apple CarPlay can now be displayed in full screen, something that was previously not possible.
New games have also been added and the central button on the screen now includes more functionality such as the ability to raise or lower the climate control temperature, control seat temperature or manage the climate control fan speed. Until now, the physical centre button on the screen had only one function, that of turning the volume up or down.
Once again, this is an example of how important software is in cars, as a physical button is now able to offer more functionality, something that would otherwise be unthinkable.
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