Debuted at the 2005 Detroit Auto Show, the Ford SYNus
recognises that the majority of the world's population
will live in urban areas by 2010. And in a pessimistic
but unfortunatly realistic projection of the future, design
influences come from security products such as safes,
bank vaults and armoured cars.
The SYNus's side windows are bullet proof and when in
secure mode, protective shutters cover the windscreen
and side windows.
The interior of the SYNus contradicts the exterior and
is a warm, light inviting area. Mounted in the tailgate
is the largest widescreen LCD display ever to be mounted
in a vehicle, it can be used for surveillance around the
vehicle, as a rear view mirror, surfing the internet or