How Do Infotainment Systems Work?

An in-vehicle infotainment system is pretty common in most vehicles made after 2015. This is because new requirements made vehicle manufacturers include a rearview camera access point where you can look at the backup camera. Major audio/visual features were added as well as voice-enabled controls and smartphone integration, so that you can do even more hands-free from the driver’s seat.

Many infotainment systems also have rear seat DVD capabilities that allow you to access movies and music for kids, which is perfect for road trips. There are also insane capabilities for mobile phones, especially if you have an infotainment system with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. This also allows you to see all of the apps directly on the screen of your car. There are also a few infotainment systems that have security features.

You can see the infotainment systems on all new vehicles when you test drive at Autoline of VA located in Chantilly, VA.

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