Rain Sensing Moonroof / Window roll up
Similar to rain sensing wipers, functionality can be added to make the car detect when it starts raining and *auto* rolls up all windows and closes sunroof to prevent flooding during sudden downpours in the summer. Many people leave windows down/roofs open to vent cars during summer, when quick torrential downpours can occur. Ideally this could be a setting in the car accessed by the left steering wheel toggle/mykey settings. Alternatively, Ford *COULD* introduce an APP for iPhone/Android/Bbberry much like *ahem* Chevy did to be able to perform basic remote functions to the car like lock/unlock doors, close/open all windows, vehicle status, fuel/fluid level checks, etc... You'd think a car with Sync/MyFordtouch would have the capabilities to do this already?
By: Michael S.
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5 COMMENTS ON THIS IDEA
Michael H I agree.
21 day(s) ago via
Floyd P You beat me to it! Excellent idea!
11 months(s) ago via
Thomas G Excellent idea.
1 year(s) ago via
Brian Rakestraw Completely agree! I long for the day I can use an app on my phone to control my cars functions! This could also be utilized with a Fords version of GMs onstar.
1 year(s) ago via
Brenda R What a great idea. If we have an "auto" button, we could just turn on that option and not worry about the sudden storms.
1 year(s) ago via
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