The Swedish car manufacturer is considering to improve things inside every Volvo model, by enhancing the interiors of its cars with the latest generation of the Sensus Connect infotainment system.
And of course, the CES 2014 was a wonderful opportunity for Volvo to come up with a serious of updates for the Sensus Connect system.
The system updates “center on cloud-based connectivity advancements”, including a new feature called Park&Pay, allowing drivers to look for all parking spaces available and pay from their own car.
Another fine features of the Sensus Connect infotainment would involve Pandore-streaming internet radio, Wikipedia, dealer appointment booking, remote start via smartphone, or searches for any destination attractions.
The Swedish car manufacturer has also come a big step forward with its refreshed interface of the system, coming “with graphically themed center and driver displays”, with better voice control and text-to-speech capabilities.
The new improved system updates may seem to be embodied in the same old 7-inch infotainment display, but things look promising, as Volvo is considering to renew the size for the up-coming all-new XC-90 crossovers and subsequent models.
Other than that, the updated Sensus Connect infotainment seems to face the top-competitors high-tech infotainment systems.