Chevy Displays Music And Maps On Its In-Car Touchscreen With Your Phone

The 2013 Chevrolet Spark and Sonic will offer GogoLink, a smartphone-based app that provides navigation on the car’s MyLink infotainment system.

The 2013 Chevrolet Spark and Sonic models equipped with the MyLink infotainment system will allow drivers to connect their smartphone to their vehicle, providing access to their personal music playlists, hands-free calls, video and photo slideshow projections. The smartphone-based app GogoLink will also provide navigation services through the system. This seamless travel experience allows drivers and passengers to access information, maps, music and more during their journey.

Chevy Synchs Music And Maps Between Smartphones And In-Car Touchscreens

Cars with the MyLink system won’t have CD players, instead allowing access to stored media on smartphones via Bluetooth, plug-in outlet or USB. The GogoLink app can be launched from the MyLink interface, delivering full-function navigation including live traffic updates, 3D mapping, points of interest, emergency information and local search via Google. When you disconnect your phone from the car, all the maps and information you searched for will still be available on your phone.

Chevy Syncs Music And Maps Between Smartphones And In-Car Touchscreens

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