Atlantic Toyota and Huntington Toyota customers as well as other Toyota fans heard about the Entune system being debuted at the CES two days before it began on Jan. 6.
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The two awards that Toyota’s Entune system received were a “Best of CES” award from CNET in the Car Tech category and the Popular Mechanics Editor’s Choice Award.
“We were amazed by the media’s overwhelming reception of Toyota Entune at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show,” said Jon Bucci, Vice President of the Advanced Technology Department at Toyota, in a Toyota press release. “We listened to our customers and we worked hard to develop a truly easy-to-use, upgradeable multimedia system. It looks like our hard work paid off. We are honored to receive these prestigious awards from both CNET and Popular Mechanics.”
The Entune system takes many different and popular applications and brings them together in a user-friendly, built-in multimedia system. Applications such as Bing, iheartradio and Pandora are just some of the programs new Atlantic Toyota and Huntington Toyota owners may enjoy. Other features include voice recognition, in-vehicle controls and location-based services. Entune is also fully integrated with entertainment features as well such as XM Radio, HD Radio, CD player, USB connections and Bluetooth capability.
The all-new 2012 Prius V will be the first Toyota vehicle to receive the Entune. This spacious, bigger Prius will be built for families and entertainment.
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Atlantic Toyota and Huntington Toyota customers can expect to see the Prius V starting in late summer 2011 with the innovative Entune system ready at their fingertips.
For more information about the Toyota Entune Multimedia System, visit http://www.atlantic-