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Ford is really trying to do something interesting with both Ford Sync and their Bluetooth Music initiatives.  In the US, they are targeting devices such as the iPod and the Zune, all of which the playlists will be accessible from the dashboard console via Bluetooth or USB.

The Bluetooth Music site (in Spain) is marketed as a blueooth music system supplied by Parrot (the MK 600) paired with the Sony Ericsson W850i. There is also a sterring wheel control (volante = steering wheel) and an audio dashboard that ties it all together.

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I think the speed at which bluetooth is beginning to develop within automobiles is going to be of great use to many car owners.

Posted by: Willy Mason ( Hybrid Cars ) | Mar 14, 2007 3:27:46 PM

Has anyone successfully paired a Blackberry Pearl to a 2007 Infiniti G35 and had it work correctly? In my situation, I've paired the phone to the car, but the ongoing functionality is VERY intermittent. The phone connects, then disconnects for no apparent reason. I've tested another Blackberry Pearl, same issue. I've tested the car's Bluetooth with a different phone and it works fine. Would like to hear if anyone has figured this out before I take the phone back and switch to something else.

Posted by: bstew | May 25, 2007 3:34:41 PM

i've been doing it for years, bluetooth and car stereo systems play together so much nicer now


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Posted by: Free Car Audio Instructions | Dec 31, 2007 12:49:25 PM

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Posted by: kpli | Jan 3, 2008 8:45:45 AM

Be the DJ through the buttons of the car's steering wheel - hmm, how much awesome could that get? Ah that's an even cooler way to pump up the car with some music. More connectivity, more music.

Posted by: Garry Brei | Aug 4, 2011 10:21:29 AM

Hope that these features are developed soon so that all ford car owners can enjoy the music via bluetooth while driving.

Posted by: Bluetooth Car Kit | Nov 1, 2011 4:39:57 AM