General Motors is actively working towards the imminent official launch of the 2024 Chevy Silverado in Brazil, where it just announced that Chevrolet‘s full-size pickup will debut Google built-in compatibility.
The connectivity-leading automaker in Brazil will raise the bar even further by debuting Google built-in technology on the new 2024 Chevy Silverado High Country, the company’s next local launch. As such, the 2024 Silverado will be the first model from the Bow Tie brand to be offered in the South American country with Google services integrated into the infotainment system.
“The new Chevrolet Silverado will offer the most complete connectivity package on the market, with services and applications that completely change the consumer’s experience with the vehicle”, said Executive Director of Marketing at GM South America, Chris Rego, in an official statement. The pickup marks the beginning of the highest level of connectivity in the Brazilian market with Google built-in integrated as standard in the central 13.4-inch screen and digital instrument panel.
In addition to representing the new Chevrolet flagship in Brazil, the 2024 Chevy Silverado will become one of the best connected vehicles in the country’s automotive market with Google built-in technology. In addition to improving the vehicle’s infotainment integration, the system automatically connects to the user’s Google digital profile to import their favorite applications and settings from the cloud.
In particular, Google built-in technology will also make the 2024 Chevy Silverado stand out as the most technologically advanced model in its segment in Brazil, with important advantages for users. For example, the infotainment system does not require a smartphone connection to function and is compatible with a much larger number of applications, which go beyond traditional music streaming, online maps and messaging.
The new 2024 Chevy Silverado 1500 will be presented for the first time to the public in Brazil this week, starting the countdown for the introduction of the model in the Brazilian market during the last quarter of the year. Unlike the rest of the South American countries where it is marketed, with units imported from Mexico, the truck will arrive in Brazil imported from the GM Fort Wayne plant in Indiana as GM Authority exclusively reported.