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The Evolution of the Radio

Last updated 4 years ago

The car and the radio are basically inseparable. Can you imagine how boring a car ride would be without the ability to listen to your favorite music, or talk show? Take a look at how General Motors has yet again evolved the radio, this time, into something that is so much more. 

The MyLink and IntelliLink infotainment systems are available on ChevroletsBuicks and GMCs and do it all, from photo viewing, to music to becoming a car theater (while you're in park of course!). But where exactly did it come from? Take a look at how the radio has evolved into what we are used to now!

So what exactly are these systems that changed the radio? They are systems that focus on keeping you safe, by pairing your cell phone with your car and being fully operational by voice commands. So you don't like what you're hearing on the radio and don't have any CDs in your car? No problem! With Pandora automatically installed in your system (and on your phone), you choose what you listen to. The same goes with Stitcher smart radio. Now, with your cell phone paired you also have the ability to make phone calls without having to pick up your phone (or memorizing a phone number) as well as answer. Having your phone paired with your car also gives you the ability to stream the music on your phone wirelessly! 

Did we mention that you can control the entire system by voice? That's right...For your safety, both MyLink and IntellLink can be controlled entirely by voice commands. 

Both systems are installed on a stunning high definition, touch screen monitor that is placed directly into the center stack of your car. The easy to use interface also allows you customize your home screen just like you would your cell phone. 

If you have any questions on IntelliLink or MyLink, give us a call at 330-SWEENEY or stop by for a demo! They are both coming standard on most new cars from Chevy, Buick and GMC. 

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