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State of the art technologies in your car – Part 2

 

Hello again, dear car lovers? Ready for State of the art technologies in your car – Part 2? Here are a few more gadgets and technologies we thought might be fun to number among the many advances registered and researched throughout the past years.

A few years ago, the internet used to be a commodity, not to mention Wi-Fi, but now we want to benefit from it in our cars also.

Today’s state of the art gadgets enable you to plug in your smartphone and connect it to the navigation system of your choice. The manufacturers from Toyota have been working on the Entune 3.0, which will be launched for the first time in 2018, next year, with the new Camry model. All the trim levels of the car will be integrated and once the phone is plugged in, the navigation display will appear on the center console. Entune also offers 4G LTE Wi-Fi for the first time in a Toyota car.

Fiat, on the other hand, have been working to update the Uconnect system of infotainment to the renowned to the Challenger, the 2017 Dodge Charger and Jeep Compass, but also to the trademark Chrysler 300. Powered by the last version of Android, the 7.0 Nougat, the fourth and present generation Uconnect is compatible for smartphones which will enable the integration with the Android Auto system. And there is a good news for iPhone users as well, as the Apple CarPlay is also available and functional, completely compatible with the Uconnect system.

For those of us who will want to see all these advances and sample them ourselves, the wait is still on for a little while. But soon the new models will hit the markets, as well as international car hire services, which will also, as always, offer luxury class cars for rental.

 

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