It's a brave new car, with digital screens on the dashboard and around the speedometer, plus LCD mood lighting and twitter integration.
At CES in Las Vegas, Ford introduced its updated SYNC interface, called MyFord Touch, showing off a completely customizable dashboard, along with an open API that will allow other internet applications to easily plug into its upcoming lineup.
They also showed off web applications streaming to the new Taurus SHO, including Pandora radio, Stitcher, and even twitter - twitter integration will include a text to speech converter - imagine listening to tweets while you drive. All this, sent to the car via your iPhone, 'Droid or other Google Phone, or Blackberry. Radio is so dead.
See all the videos on the Tekzilla CES 2010 playlist.