Connection Options in a Car's Infotainment System

If you own a smartphone, you'll probably want to drive a new vehicle that has an infotainment system. Mike Piazza Honda offers new models that offer high-tech connectivity in their cabins.

GPS navigation software is perhaps the most important feature in an infotainment system. An advanced platform might include detailed renderings of cities and geographical landmarks. You can easily switch between 2-D and 3-D views on the GPS maps that are updated routinely for optimum accuracy. Supplemental information might be provided by various traffic and weather services on HD Radio and SiriusXM.

Connecting a smartphone to an infotainment system should be easy with Android Auto. Linking an iPhone to a multimedia system is also easy with Apple CarPlay, which offers limited backward compatibility. Some vehicles support Siri Eyes Free for enhanced interaction with Apple's virtual assistant. Apple Music is a premium entertainment feature that's also integrated into some multimedia consoles.

 

 

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