The trademark filing provides the following description: “Electronic interface module sold as an integral part of a motor land vehicle for wired and wireless interface of handheld electronic devices”.
The chassis control system is comprised of three sensors detecting yaw, pitch, and steering angle that interact with the (standard on all models) Stability Control and ABS systems of the car. In the video that follows, Sonic lead development engineer John Buttermore explains how it all works.
Verano means summer in Spanish… and as the summer comes to a close, GM has unleashed all the information we’ve been waiting for about the smallest Buick yet.
Even though the revised interior isn’t as good as a drop in weight (or an increase in power), it’s a start to perfecting one of the hottest vehicles on the planet.
Chances are that you didn’t even think that the stuff you’re about to see in this video even existed…
Hopefully this isn’t a step backwards in favor of more cookie-cutter vehicles.
Some features demo’ed in the video include voice recognition support for Pandora and XM radio stations as well as the ability to browse phone contacts right on the screen (or dial using voice commands).
Here are the top three things our own Alex Luft would like to see changed on the 2013 Camaro.
Family Link will be run as a pilot program to gauge consumer interest in such a service, will invitation only and will include approximately 10,000 active U.S. OnStar subscribers running through the end of 2011.
Family Link will give users the ability to locate a vehicle on an online map as well as set up scheduled email or text message notifications that provide the vehicle’s location at a certain time during the day.
If you’ve ever wondered how OnStar RemoteLink app (previously MyLink) works, wonder no more!
The consumer benefit from this ginormous science project is (hopefully) a more affordable electric bill by charging their vehicles when demand on the grid is the least strained.