2021 Chevy Traverse Introduces Wireless Phone Projection for San Diego CA Drivers
It makes sense that with every passing year, the higher-ups at General Motors improve the technology features in their automobiles, and with more and more drivers around San Diego, CA turning to Android Auto or Apple CarPlay as their infotainment interface of choice, it’s no surprise to see Chevrolet introduce wireless smartphone projection for the 2021 Chevy Traverse.
For those that aren’t familiar with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, they both do essentially the same thing for different brands of smartphones; by linking up your phone with your vehicle, you can use those interfaces for GPS, music and podcast streaming, and local searches for restaurants and hotels. All one must do to bring these features to life is link their phone to their vehicle. This latest update for the 2021 Chevy Traverse allows this integration to be done wirelessly, which is an exciting change.
In the past, when San Diego Chevy dealers would walk their customers through linking up these interfaces, the process would start with linking the phone to the vehicle via USB cord. Drivers would then project that interface into the vehicle’s existing infotainment system and enjoy the benefits of either Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
Now, however, when drivers select the “Project” feature on their 8-inch head-up display, the work can be done wirelessly, saving drivers hassle and clearing the cabin of the clutter those types of cords create.
If you would like to see how this feature works in person, come pay us a visit here at Kearny Mesa Chevrolet so we can give you a quick walk-through. We think you’ll love it so much, you’ll be chatting with our Chevy finance department in no time so you can take home a 2021 Chevy Traverse as soon as humanly possible.