Historically, cargo vans have not been known for great infotainment options. As our time in the 2015 Nissan NV200 showed us, that is about to change.
As the Internet of Things evolves, any product that stands to benefit from connectivity will likely be connected. This will soon mean connected cars.
In developer-speak, UX means “User eXperience,” and General Motors said its OnStar RemoteLink is getting all-new UX for its 1.3 million regular users.
For those who are noncommittal on who makes your smartphone, Kenwood is your head unit of choice.
Can’t anyone listen to “Livin’ on a Prayer” (or whatever your guilty pleasure is) and not be interrupted? Enter Harman Individual Sound Zone technology.
The Pioneer AppRadio One firmware update provides the ability of certain regular Pioneer head units to gain AppRadio features.
A surefire sign I’m an automotive oddball: I was more excited to test the Nissan NV200 cargo van than I have been about a test car in a long time.
The 2015 Dodge Charger SE I tested a few weeks ago had a humble head unit with a five-inch Uconnect touchscreen that proved itself useful, if not boisterous.
Recently Tata motors named Harman “Supplier of the Year” for its Indian market vehicles. So might we see more Harman in Jaguar and Land Rover? Perhaps.
Drivers of Nissans with NissanConnect Mobile Apps are getting three new app integrations: Pandora for iOS, TripAdvisor, and Twitter.
After seeing performance packages Hennessey offers for the Chevy SS, I was curious to see what other aftermarket options were available for Chevy SS owners.
Fiat Chrysler of America has dropped the word on the infotainment in the Fiat 500X, which should be quite similar to the Jeep Renegade we’re all hot about.