Goodbye CDs, jump drives and visiting a dealer for an update. The next era of in-car navigation is here.
Toyota is saying goodbye to the industry’s dumb navigation maps, working alongside partners like Mapbox, allowing the company the flexibility to design the “look and feel” of navigation for its vehicles with its next-generation infotainment system. The technology can already be seen in the Toyota Tundra pickup and the Lexus NX crossover.
Owners see the app user experience and smartphone connectivity as two of the top three complaints about vehicles, as revealed in J.D. Power’s 2021 U.S. Initial Quality Survey. Mapbox wants to eliminate both of those.
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