- For the first time in the auto industry, technology used by military and law enforcement to catch hard-to-find bad guys is now being used by Ford engineers to better identify air leaks and help improve interior quietness in vehicles
- Interior quietness is key in consumers' overall perception of vehicle quality; internal Ford data indicate customers are more satisfied with the interior quietness of the new Ford Fusion compared to the Toyota Camry
- Leaks from vulnerable areas in a vehicle, including moonroofs, window glass and door trim, create points for the entrance of air, water and noise; Ford data show new Fusion has fewer leaks and road noise issues than Toyota Camry
Thermal Imaging Technology Used To Hunt Criminals Helps Ford Detect Air Leaks, Design Quieter Vehicles
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