Chrysler's infotainment system gets an update at CES and now supports integration Aha, iHeartRadio, Pandora, and Slacker.
Will Ferrell's "Anchorman" character returns to advertise the Dodge Durango. Chrysler insists that though the truck's technological advances are great, being entertaining is more important.
Quietly displayed without fanfare at the 2010 LA Auto Show was a demonstration kiosk for Chrysler's next-generation uConnect system. Antuan Goodwin takes a look.
CNET Car Tech finds a display on the floor of the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show with Chrysler's new UConnect interface.
Although not highlighted by Chrysler in its press conference, on display in its exhibit area was what appears to be the next generation of the UConnect infotainment system. Sporting a new interface, this system controls Garmin-sourced navigation, audio, and the Bluetooth phone system.
Garmin has just announced that it has been chosen to as the navigation provider for future Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
Slacker Radio has rebranded itself in an effort to step out of the shadows of its competitors Pandora and Spotify.
In a McKinsey study, 35 percent of people polled admit to using their smartphones when they're behind the wheel.
The Webcaster announces that Chrysler is the latest auto manufacturer to integrate Pandora into its cars. The service expands distribution platform.
At CES 2013, Aha Mobile, a cloud-connected service from Harman, announced new integration with Porsche, Ford, and Chrysler vehicles.