A few years ago, in a market full of generally mediocre in-car entertainment systems, Ford's Sync2 did a few things differently. It was entirely touch-driven if you wanted it to be, but it also handled voice commands reasonably well. To its credit, it's not terrible even now, but it's definitely long in the tooth. It's good to see, then, that Ford's successor -- Sync3 -- is already appearing in some new cars that you can buy today.