FEATURES OF THE CHEVROLET MYLINK INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM
The Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment System combines entertainment options of old with today’s technology. The system comes together within a touch screen display command center that controls a multitude of tech features. Drivers will find available Satellite Radio and standard AM and FM radio. An available built-in navigation system and Wi-Fi service are paired with a CD player, USB input, Auxiliary plug-in and Bluetooth. That is just the start of the Infotainment features though.
MyLink now offers Apple CarPlay, which allows you to control your i-phone with your words or your fingers. The car app connects the MyLink system to your phone, allowing the use of voice, touchscreen or knob controls when accessing media, taking phone calls or sending texts. In addition to ease of use, drivers will find they can access Apple Maps directly on their touch screen display. Plus you get i-Tunes in the car and other apps like Spotify.
Android Auto gives Android phone owners a similar experience as i-phone owners get with Apple CarPlay. Google Maps, Google Music, voice recognition and apps can now come to life on your MyLink Infotainment System too. There is no need for a separate navigation system now – not when you can connect your Google Maps app to your touch screen display. Infotainment users can also access other apps like Spotify and Pandora, and can take hands-free phone calls and send voice text messages.
So which Chevy vehicles offer the MyLink Infotainment System? Drivers can find all these features available in the below 2016 models:
4. Cruze Limited
7. Malibu Limited
9. Spark EV