For those who are noncommittal on who makes your smartphone, Kenwood is your head unit of choice.
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.
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.
I love the fact that Infiniti took two discrete touchscreens and mounted them on top of one another for their Infiniti InTouch system
Next year, Ford SYNC AppLink 3.0 reportedly will allow drivers to port their favorite navigation apps to the in-dash infotainment screen.
Indeed, driver distraction may get you the attention of the Police, but as Ford introduces SYNC 3, I wonder how it counters MyFord Touch.
Some are editorializing that autonomous cars will never happen in our lifetime. NASA and Nissan, meanwhile, are aiming to deploy them by year’s end.
The Mazda3 has a motorized head-up display that rises seemingly from the grave when the car is started. The bad: It seems fragile. Warn your detailer.
Lexus Remote Touch is a system that tends to alienate critics. Lucky for those folks the 2015 Lexus GX460 we tested had no Remote Touch controller interface.
The Mazda3 nav unit kept changing as if it thought I was on cross streets. Huh? Why the heck is this unit so obtuse? Actually, it’s not. Let me explain.
Think of the BMW ConnectedDrive Store as Google Play for your BMW’s factory infotainment system, where you can buy apps you’d use while driving.
It’s almost hard to believe Ford SYNC already is entering its third generation, but the Motor Company unveiled Ford SYNC 3 this week.