In our Ford F-150 12in Sync 4 Infotainment System Demo & Feature Walkthrough, Kameron reviews the upgraded infotainment system in a 2021 Ford F-150 XLT, focused on its 12-inch touchscreen. The system offers a faster and more responsive experience compared to the predecessor, Sync 3, and a split-screen concept allowing users to access features like the bed camera and zone lighting simultaneously. Users can update the system wirelessly through a 4G LTE connection, with Ford also capable of pushing software updates for new features and improvements without the need to step foot in the dealer.
The stereo functions of the system include customizable quick menu access to sources like AM/FM radio, Sirius XM, Bluetooth audio, and radio presets. Sirius XM offers personalized recommendations based on listening history. Amazon Alexa integration requires a paid internet plan and provides access to voice commands and music streaming. Additionally, the system offers both wireless and wired CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, map customization, and a responsive enhanced navigation system with adjustable display options and a detailed traffic display. In the video, we also cover its quick menu customization, sound settings, and a range of other features, including customizable navigation, app settings, and connectivity options, as well as settings for vehicle functions and even a PIN-protected valet mode. Watch the video for the full walkthrough