Ford announced it's 2010 Sync in-car infotainment system will support WiFi:
Ford Motor Co. said the next generation of its Sync in-car infotainment systems to be released in 2010 will support Wi-Fi. Users will have to supply a wireless modem that plugs into the Sync systems USB slot to link the in-car Wi-Fi net to the Internet.
Ford said its approach will be cheaper and smaller than competing aftermarket systems that cost as much as $500 plus subscription fees. The approach also lets users upgrade to higher speed modems as technologies advance.