“GogoLink gives Spark and Sonic customers cloud-based navigation and live traffic alerts projected on the vehicle’s seven-inch, high-resolution touch screen for a great value,” said Cristi Landy, Chevrolet marketing director for small cars.
GogoLink is said to cost “under $50“ according to a Chevrolet representative. This is an on-board navigation software that rely on maps stored on the device.
The Chevrolet MyLink entertainment system operates by integrating the owner’s compatible smartphone and stored media – via Bluetooth, plug-in outlet or USB – with the head unit.
Because GogoLink navigation will become available after Spark goes on sale, the first Spark models sold will require a simple update at the dealer to accommodate the app.
GogoLink is developed by Korea-based EnGIS Technologies which supplies its Gogo navigation software to phones, PNDs and car makers.