This year, Chevy is working hard at integrating devices to your car so you can stay safe on the drive. Chevy MyLink Radio will be available for Spark and Sonic – two entry level vehicles. Half of all mobile phones will be smart in some way. Consumers will want to connect their phones to the cars so they can use the cool apps.
Connect a device via Bluetooth or USB to play through the car’s speaker system. MyLink becomes the control and you can be hands free of your device. The music plays directly though your car speakers and you can find out what is playing, and not lose focus of the road.
The MyLink Radio is an optional feature and will be available in June for the Spark and in September for the Sonic. MyLink Radio comes with AM/FM radio, and SirusXM.
Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central
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