Unveiled on the 1964 Aurora concept, the navigation system is low tech by today's standards but featured a "map that automatically adjusted to the vehicle’s location."

Ford is taking a look back at their very first navigation system.

Unveiled on the 1964 Aurora concept, the navigation system is low tech by today's standards but featured a "map that automatically adjusted to the vehicle’s location."  While squinting at the map to try to read street names would likely prove dangerous, Ford points out the system debuted "nearly 30 years before the first navigation system for automobiles was produced."

Besides the navigation system, the concept also featured a lounge-like interior with a mini-bar and a wraparound rear seat which resembles a modern-day sectional.

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