Do you like navigation in your Lincoln? Give a Try to Sygic Connected Offline Car Navigation

10. 08. 2018 · 1 min read

No matter if you are proud owner of Lincoln MKZ, Navigator or Continental, you want your driving experience fit your lifestyle. This includes high quality materials used in your interior, but as well what appears in your infotainment system. Sygic can help you to upgrade your Lincoln navigation experience by projecting directly to your in-dash.

Join us and explore the opportunities of your Lincoln SYNC 3® infotainment system working with Sygic Car Navigation.

First – regularly updated offline maps free. You will download the maps on wi-fi and you don’t have to care if the area where are you heading is covered by GSM signal.

Secondly, speed limits. You can see upcoming speed limits change as part of the Lincoln navigation in advance. So there is a small chance of panic breaking when you suddenly realize that you have just entered slow driving zone and haven’t seen the sign.

Thirdly, Predictive Routing. We are proud on this feature, which is capable to forecast traffic based on data collected from our app. Besides, it does not rely just on-real time traffic data and your data plan but works also offline.

Fourthly, voice controlled Driving Assistant. Bringing you even greater safety and convenience. You simply tap a button on the steering wheel and use simple voice commands like “Find a hotel,” “Find a petrol station,” “Find a restaurant,” or “How is traffic ahead?”.

Other powerful features are Fuel Assistant - which advises you when the gas tank is low and offers you nearby petrol station as well as a Tire Pressure Assistant that warns of low tire pressure and directs drivers to the nearest service station.

All this in beautifully rendered maps with stunning 3D modeled buildings and millions of POIs making your Lincoln SYNC 3® navigation powered by Sygic great companion in your business trips.

Download Sygic Connected Car Navigation from Google Play or iTunes and give it a try with no commitment.

Written by Marek Lelovic