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All-New Artificial Intelligence Technology Helps the 2019 Ford Edge Lineup Improve Traction and Gas MileageBy Product Expert | Posted in Ford Edge, Technology on Friday, October 5th, 2018 at 8:00 am
New AI Tech Improves Fuel Efficiency and Traction of 2019 Ford Edge
Ever since it was first unveiled, we’ve been telling you all about how the all-new 2019 Ford Edge lineup is taking things to a whole new level. And that’s true about many of the all-new features and capabilities for the all-new 2019 Edge lineup, but that’s also probably an immense understatement when it comes to the 2019 Edge lineup’s all-new artificial intelligence-driven all-wheel drive disconnect system. But wait – AI in a new SUV? Sounds intriguing, so let’s check out the ways this new AI tech improves the fuel efficiency and traction of the 2019 Ford Edge.
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How Does Artificial Intelligence Technology Improve the Traction and Fuel Economy of the 2019 Ford Edge Lineup at Akins Ford near Atlanta GA?
Let’s get the most alarming aspect of the 2019 Ford Edge lineup’s all-new artificial intelligence-driven all-wheel drive disconnect system out of the way right away – and that’s its name. Yes, all-wheel drive disconnect sounds like a very expensive automotive maintenance procedure, but fear not, as it’s actually something that’s going to save you money instead of costing you money. That’s because the all-new artificial intelligence-driven all-wheel drive disconnect system of the new Ford Edge lineup at Akins Ford near Atlanta, GA, improves your traction to save you money at the mechanic while also improving your gas mileage to save you money at the pump. Thanks to a wide array of high-tech sensors inserted throughout the 2019 Edge lineup’s exterior, this all-new system can utilize the information gathered by the sensors to preemptively change back and forth between front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive to best match your road conditions. The sensors monitor wheel slip, surface conditions, driving speed, wiper engagement, and outside temperature to determine whether front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive is needed. This helps improve your traction while also reducing fuel consumption.
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