Bosch supplies Nissan navigation

Automotive News reports on a cabin tech deal between Nissan and Bosch.

The new Nissan Juke will be one of the first vehicles, along with the Rogue, to benefit from the Nissan-Bosch agreement.
The new Nissan Juke will be one of the first vehicles, along with the Rogue, to benefit from the Nissan-Bosch agreement. Nissan

Automotive News

DETROIT--Robert Bosch GmbH is supplying the navigation system installed in the Nissan Rogue compact crossover and Juke small crossover. The system will be standard in the Rogue SV and Juke SV and optional in the Juke SL.

Bosch's dashboard unit includes AM/FM, satellite radio, and a CD player. It also plays MP3 music files via a USB slot or auxiliary input. The navigation system provides route guidance with visual or audio cues. The unit displays nearby gas stations, parking lots, restaurants, hotels, and other points of interest. The system also indicates real-time traffic conditions and calculates the shortest route, fastest route, and most fuel-efficient route.

Robert Bosch, with North American offices in suburban Detroit, makes gasoline, diesel, chassis, brake, electrical, electronic, and steering systems.

(Source: Automotive News)

 

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