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Sometimes, we forget just how much technology is being crammed into modern day vehicles. And as great as some of the creature comforts and in-car entertainment systems may be, having technology work to improve your driving experience and offer you elevated levels of safety is even more important. That's one way that Ford wants to "Go Further" with their cars, as explained at the Vancouver International Auto Show this week.

The MEGATechNews team was invited out by Ford to learn more about some of the technology and vehicles that we had seen previously at NAIAS 2015 earlier this year. Much of the new tech is being featured in the all new Ford Edge and the Ford Explorer, both of which are available now.

For instance, Ford vehicles are equipped with something called Curve Control, helping drivers hold the line in a turn when road and weather conditions aren't optimal. The car can actually provide assistance with the gas, brakes and steering to keep you safe. And you might remember when we tried the Active Park Assist feature in the 2012 Ford Focus Titanium. This has now evolved to include stall parking, as well as the ability to sense other cars that you might not see when backing out of a spot.

Watch the video above for more from Ford at the Vancouver International Auto Show, including our very own Stephen Fung getting "pregnant." Yes, you read that correctly.