Vehicles are becoming more and more connected. In this trend, Chevrolet has proposed to deliver from this month native apps de Spotify y The Weather Channel.
The brand recalled that since 2020 it began to include vehicles connected with telematics technology in its offer in Peru. With this, it would be possible to remotely update the vehicle software, monitor the status of the car, security and emergency through the OnStar technology platform. But now it is betting on more services.
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“We want to generate an advanced infotainment ecosystem in which our customers have useful information and also a unique on-board connectivity experience, without affecting driving safety,” said Juan Alberto Yokens, General Motors Peru Marketing and Product Manager. .
These resources will be able to work with the native Wi-Fi of the same vehicle, as it has up to 12 times more signal strength than a mobile phone and more time connected to 4G thanks to the range of the car’s built-in antenna.
It was also reported that these new applications are just the beginning of a broader range of apps that will be available soon in Chevrolet cars, and that they will be updated remotely.
They will be available to new and existing customers driving the following OnStar-enabled models: Tahoe MY21 and up, Suburban MY21 and up, Traverse MY22 and up, and Colorado LTZ/HC MY21 and up.