Chevy Brings MyLink Connectivity to Sonic RS
GOAutoPlus.com is home to several Chevy dealerships in Wisconsin. The Chevy Sonic RS is reportedly receiving MyLink infotainment system in keeping with the auto industry’s increased need for updated technology features.
“There is a new generation of car buyers who don’t want to settle for mass market radio,” said Rick Scheidt, vice president of Chevrolet Marketing. “They want to create their own individual stations and have access to them wherever they are. Chevrolet vehicles have offered customers the ability to use portable media devices since 2006 and the introduction of MyLink takes media personalization to a new level.”
MyLink will allow users to access playlists, photo galleries, movies, phone books and other stored data from linked smart phones, all presented on a sleek seven-inch display screen. Once a phone is linked with the infotainment system, users have a choice of five main menu selections, including Audio, Pictures & Movies, Telephone, Smartphone Link and Settings.
The infotainment system adds stereo audio streaming and smart phone wireless control that makes media selection easy to navigate.
“Chevrolet MyLink is the next logical step for in-vehicle connectivity,” said Karl Stracke, vice president for Global Product Engineering. “MyLink leverages the mobile broadband capability and the sophisticated, online services made possible by today’s smart phones.”
The well-equipped Sonic RS is fitted with Chevy’s turbocharged 1.4-liter engine that produces 138 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque. Available as both a standard six-speed manual transmission and a six-speed automatic, the Sonic RS can be customized for each consumer.
GOAutoPlus.com offers several new and used Chevy vehicles in Wisconsin. The full inventories of Chevy dealerships in Wisconsin are available online and on-site. Stay updated with GOAutoPlus.com for more information on the MyLink infotainment system as well as the upcoming Chevy Sonic RS.