BROOKLYN, N.Y., April 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Chevrolet is making it its goal to attract a new audience with its 2013 Chevy Spark and 2013 Chevy Sonic. 20-something buyers will see a series of changes and improvements in the new vehicles that should grab their attention. The MyLink system will appeal to the audience's smartphone mentality and need to be constantly connected. Affordable Motors, a trusted Chevy dealer in Brooklyn, NY, anticipates the fresh technology.
Studies conducted by General Motors have shown that 90 percent of Sonic and Spark drivers already own smartphones. The automaker feels that it will be a wise and obvious decision to integrate the MyLink technology, which caters to smartphone compatibility. Simple functionality and crisp, high-resolution visuals will make the transition from smartphones to MyLink easy and comprehensive.
iPhone and Android users will have the option of purchasing the GoGoLink app for their phones, which will allow the touchscreen to operate as a GPS. iPhones will link up to the cars through a USB port and Androids will link up through Bluetooth.
Official pricing details have yet to be released; however, MyLink and GoGoLink will cost significantly less than other navigation systems. If all goes well, Chevy should be able to offer the system at a price low enough to attract a large audience of tech savvy drivers.
The first vehicle to be outfitted with the MyLink system will be the Spark, set to go on sale this summer. Affordable Motors offers Chevy in Brooklyn and has a variety of new and used cars in Brooklyn. For updates on the Chevy MyLink system, connect with Affordable Motors today.
SOURCE Affordable Motors