GM is introducing a new connectivity feature dubbed IntelliLink in its Buick and GMC line of cars for 2012, which is essentially designed to connect to a driver’s smartphone or other portable device and then control it using the vehicle’s touchscreen display or in some cases through voice activation or steering wheel mounted buttons. For Buick, IntelliLink is debuting in the 2012 model year Verano, Regal and LaCrosse while for GMC it will feature initially in the Terrain. The system connects to the portable device using either Bluetooth or USB, so not only smartphone users will...
Entire Volvo Range Now Offered With Portable Garmin GPS Navigation
Automakers have been working closely with electronic component suppliers over the past couple of years in order to develop a new generation of low cost navigation and infotainment systems designed for both vehicle and personal use. Harman International previously confirmed plans to supply a...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Powermat Portable Device Wireless Charging Pads Coming To GM Cars
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