Along with announcing the 1LE performance package for the 2013 Camaro, Chevrolet also announced the availability of the MyLink system for the 2013 Camaro. Specifically, the system will be available (as an option) on the LT, SS, and ZL1, but not in the LS.
As you may know, MyLink is Chevy’s all-new infotainment system that significantly increases the level of in-vehicle connectivity by incorporating a color touch radio (7 inches, in the case of the Camaro), with AM/FM/Sirius XM tuners, auxiliary and USB inputs, online services (such as Pandora and Stitcher) using hands-free voice and touch-screen controls via the data connection of a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone, stereo audio streaming (Bluetooth/A2DP), and voice-activated Bluetooth hands-free calling.
MyLink also incorporates an optional navigation system, marking the first time a Camaro will offer a GPS navigation system in the dash.
The GM Authority Take
We’ve been waiting (and begging — see below) for an infotainment system for the Camaro for quite a while now — and we’re stoked that it will finally become a reality. Now, how about incorporating some new-school track apps into the touchscreen to track 0-60 runs, quarter-mile times, and 60-0 braking distance? The 2013 Mustang’s got ’em, and so does the 2012 Charger.