Chicago, Illinois – Chrysler Group will showcase the company’s infotainment features on the 2010 Connected Dodge Grand Caravan at the Chicago Auto Show this week. The technologies allow drivers to communicate, navigate and select entertainment options using advanced voice recognition controls.
At the same time, passengers can enjoy a multitude of features, including FLO TV, Sirius satellite radio, Sirius Backseat TV, and Uconnect Web.
“The Connected Dodge Grand Caravan is not a concept or a prototype,” said Ralph Gilles, president and CEO of Dodge Car Brand. “Every feature highlighted in the vehicle is available for order today. For more than 25 years, the Dodge Grand Caravan has anticipated the needs of our customers and their families, and this connected minivan shows that we plan to stay on the cutting edge.”
Chrysler Group is the first automaker in the U.S. to offer live mobile television to consumers, with the capacity of as many as 20 channels through FLO TV Auto Entertainment.