Jan. 23, 2013
-- Princeton, West Virginia –
Chevrolet drivers are about to get an upgrade to their in-car infotainment system. The infotainment platform that comes in select 2014 Chevrolet vehicles with the MyLink infotainment system, made by Panasonic, will be upgraded to provide a flexible framework on some 2014 Chevrolet models.
The new flexible framework will include an app catalog where drivers can choose from a number of in-vehicle applications. A high-resolution, full-color touchscreen will allow drivers to toggle between applications.
The infotainment system in Chevrolet vehicles will also recognize speech, allowing for hands-free phone calls, radio interaction and more.
Customers who are interested in learning more about the infotainment framework on 2014 Chevrolet vehicles can visit Ramey Princeton Chevrolet today.About Ramey Chevrolet
Ramey Chevrolet is located in Princeton, West Virginia, and is your source for new and pre-owned Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicles. It is a division of the Ramey Auto Group, which has been providing expert and professional services to customers for more than 55 years. Ramey Chevrolet offers a wide selection of cars, trucks and SUVs at price points that can fit any budget! Stop by Ramey Chevrolet’s showroom to browse the inventory, or view it online at princeton.rameycars.com