Volkswagen Unveils Future of Infotainment at CES
The International Consumer Electronics Show otherwise known as CES, is going on in Las Vegas this week. This annual event draws more than 160,000 attendees that come to experience the innovation and excitement of the newest consumer electronics. In recent years the automotive industry has had a growing presence at CES because of trends like infotainment, fully-electric cars, and autonomous cars. This year Volkswagen has debuted the future of infotainment at CES, and we couldn’t be more excited about it.
Volkswagen is showing off their latest infotainment and connected driving technology at CES this year with a bunch of new concept technology. They are previewing new huge screens, gesture-based controls, and more. However, Volkswagen’s biggest debut at CES is a next-generation infotainment system called MIB II.
This new infotainment system supports a wide-variety of in-car smartphone technology such as: Apple CarPlay, Google Android Auto, and MirrorLink. Volkswagen was smart to make this new infotainment system compatible with such a wide-variety of software because it means that virtually every smartphone user will be able to pair up to this new infotainment system.
This MIB II infotainment system offers a new useful feature that is actually able to detect traffic on your usual commute to work and suggest alternatives. It also features a parking guide that is able to suggest parking spots that would likely be open, which will be very helpful.
Anyone interested in learning more about the all-new MIB II infotainment system should feel free to stop down to Dave Syverson Auto Center and visit with one of our expert sales associates. We would be happy to answer any questions that you may have and even set you up with a test drive in one of the great new vehicles in the Volkswagen lineup.