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That’s Infotainment: GM MyLink In Chevrolet Spark, Sonic



We published our head-to-head shootout of infotainment systems in the January AUTOMOBILE MAGAZINE. But technology doesn’t stay in one place for long. Since that comparison, we’ve uncovered new trends and products. This is the first in a semi-regular series of such updates.
For nearly a century, General Motors’ brand strategy has been to trickle-down luxury and convenience components from Cadillac through its myriad divisions, finally to Chevrolet. Some of its high technology breakthroughs have been handled differently, though. The first car with a steel top was the 1935 Pontiac and the first full, torque-converter automatic transmission was in the 1940 Oldsmobile.
The second strategy applies to GM’s best infotainment system. The Cadillac User Experience and the similar GMC/Buick/Chevy MyLink represents the latest can’t-take-it-with-you internet-based phone/audio/navigation system in a car. The best, most leading-edge infotainment technology is featured on its two smallest and least expensive Chevrolets, the Sonic and Spark.


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Congrats to GM for bring this idea out and releasing it in their compact line vehicles. The Spark and Sonic was the best candidate to release this infotainment system with. Just like the car simple, small and convenient, the infotainment system lives the same way. The new BYOM (bring your own media) utilizes something we all have, cell phones. No matter which one it is whether apple or androids they work and sync seamlessly. i think this is the best way to listen and most convenient. Who uses cds anymore. Just wait you wont see the last of this new BYOM system but GM wont be the first.
 
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