The newly redone Avalon sedan has been designed to feature an exciting look, offering new sheet metal, square headlights, dual exhaust, and an aggressively unique grille. Along with this new look, a refined interior includes a host of new technical features. The optional Technology Package adds the exciting Toyota eBin that can provide storage and wireless charging to 34 different mobile phones. For this feature Toyota is adopting a new wireless charging standard called Qi that the Japanese automaker hopes will be adopted throughout both the wireless and automotive industries.
Toyota is the first automaker to debut this kind of system in a car. GM offers a similar system, but it requires special case for the phone to connect to the charging surface. The inductive system that will come in the new Avalon requires no specialized equipment as it sends energy to the device through an electromagnetic field.
For more information on the wireless phone charging capabilities in the newly redesigned 2013 Toyota Avalon, drivers are encouraged to contact Toyota of Merrillville located at 4450 East US Route 30 in Merrillville. The sales staff at Toyota of Merrillville is prepared to provide plenty of information about any of the latest 2013 Toyota vehicles now. The sales department is open from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. from Monday to Thursday and from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Toyota of Merrillville offers not only the latest Avalon, but also the entire 2013 Toyota lineup. Toyota of Merrillville also has a complete service center and parts department capable of quickly and expertly servicing any vehicle. Toyota of Merrillville is happy to serve Indiana and Chicagoland.