Later this year, Toyota will enhance the driving experience with an all-new in-vehicle multimedia system. The new system, developed in North America, puts drivers’ needs first with more intuitive tech and larger touch screens.
Made For The Customers
“With the new multimedia system, we focused on the needs and wants of the customer and what would enable a more seamless and enjoyable experience on the road,” said Charan Lota, executive chief engineer and vice president at Toyota Motor North America Connected Technologies.
Improved Power & Responsiveness
The resulting system sounds to have hit the mark, offering five times the processing power of the current infotainment system for better responsiveness. Toyota will also be able to offer its new multimedia system on screens as large as 14 inches, which will feature built-in glare reduction technology for greater ease of use.
With the new system, you’ll be able to keep your Toyota up to date thanks to over-the-air updates. These allow your vehicle to download and install real-time updates for an all-new native navigation system, letting you stay on top of your commute no matter where you are.
Toyota will also offer a new Virtual Assistant, an advanced virtual companion that responds to voice commands. With this incredible feature, you don’t have to take your hands off the wheel or your eyes off the road to control vehicle settings on the go.
We’re excited to see which vehicles will launch the new Toyota multimedia system toward the end of 2021. If you’re looking to upgrade to an exciting new ride heading into 2022, stay tuned and keep in touch with your friends at Lustine Toyota in Woodbridge, Virginia.