With the launch of Sensus Connect, Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) reveals an updated on-board infotainment and navigation solution. Now, Volvo Cars truly offers customers a fully connected experience. The cloud-based services allow drivers to find and pay for parking from their car, discover new restaurants at their destination, stream their favorite music seamlessly and much more.
The launch of cloud-enabled connected car services across the Volvo product portfolio at this week’s CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas is the latest evidence of the visionary partnership between Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) and Ericsson.
Complementing this week's announcement of an updated Sensus Connect, which offers a dynamic portfolio of on-board infotainment and navigation solutions through cloud-based services, Volvo Car Group also announced it would be the first to market a unique user experience with Pandora (NYSE: P), the leading Internet radio service.
With consumers’ lives becoming ever-more connected, Volvo Cars of North America is proud to introduce Sensus Connect, Volvo’s connected car platform, combined with the Volvo On Call telematics solution, and the Volvo On Call smartphone app. As the first manufacturer to offer such a system as standard equipment across the entire model range, Volvo is carrying its approach to design and safety into ...
Following an intensive period of product development, Volvo Cars is delighted to receive the award for Global OEM Infotainment Solutions Award from Telematics Update in conjunction with the 14th Annual Telematics Conference held on June 3rd in Detroit.