At the just-concluded Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the debut of Toyota’s Entune™ multimedia system won both a “Best of CES” award from CNET (www.cnet.com) in the Car Tech category, and the Popular Mechanics Editor’s Choice Award.
“We were amazed by the media’s overwhelming reception of Toyota Entune at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show,” said Jon Bucci, vice president of the Advanced Technology Department at Toyota. “We listened to our customers and we worked hard to develop a truly easy-to-use, upgradeable multimedia system. It looks like our hard work paid off. We are honoured to receive these prestigious awards from both CNET and Popular Mechanics.”
Toyota Entune brings popular mobile applications, including Bing, iheartradio, MovieTickets.com, OpenTable.com, and Pandora to select Toyota vehicles beginning in 2011. Featuring advanced voice recognition and intuitive in-vehicle controls, Entune is compatible with a wide range of smart phones and features phones. Toyota Entune brings personalized information and data services to the vehicle, and is wirelessly upgradeable, so in-vehicle applications are never obsolete. Read more..