With the expansion of GM in-car connectivity with OnStar Apps, MyLink and Intellilink, the “rest of America” can now get more out of their daily commutes with a variety of infotainment options.
Ford has been considered a pioneer in infotainment for their vehicles (they have been offering it for four years now), and now it’s time for GMC and Buick to bring out their IntelliLink system. GM’s new technology is leveling the “infotainment playing field.”
The 2012 GMC Terrain will be the first to offer the GMC IntelliLink which offers not only Bluetooth phone connection and more with its seven-inch touch-screen, voice controls of various vehicle functions, steering wheel-mounted controls, as well as streaming audio through Pandora and Stitcher SmartRadio. In addition, you can get a standard rear-vision camera system, XM satellite radio, customer programmable rear liftgate (you can set heights to miss hitting a garage door), remote vehicle start and advanced functions to search and find music on your system.
The 2012 Buick Regal, LaCrosse and Verano vehicles will have the option for a similar IntelliLink system. However, the LaCrosse will have an eight-inch touch screen. Continue reading