NNG Provides Connected Navigation Software to Mazda3

January 22, 2014  - By 0 Comments
Mazda3's infotainment system.

Mazda3′s infotainment system.

The new Mazda3 infotainment system, which appears in Mazda3’s Active Driving Display, is now running on NNG’s iGO navigation engine, and includes TTS, voice recognition and full 3D navigation.

This solution, supported by Mazda’s MZD Connect, is also reportedly the first on the market to offer an embedded connected-service package with Internet connection provided through the driver’s smartphone. Drivers will be able to access dynamic local search, fuel prices, real-time traffic and weather information free of charge in the first 60 days, and benefit from three years of free map updates.

“Mazda’s new design, KODO, has really inspired us to develop an integrated infotainment system, with knowledge and refined features matching the look and performance of the car,” said Péter Balogh, NNG. “We succeeded in offering cutting-edge solutions in the head unit, enhanced safety, usability and comfort to the driver.”

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