TeleNav Navigation Software Debuts in GM Vehicles

TeleNav Navigation Software Debuts in GM Vehicles
Through an agreement with Tier one automotive provider Delphi, TeleNav is providing its white label navigation software to a range of General Motors cars in the United States. The first three models that have started shipping are the GMC Acadia, Chevrolet Traverse, and Buick Enclave. All three feature the IntelliLink/MyLink infotainment platform.

“Additional models and geographical regions will follow in the future,“ added TeleNav’s CEO HP Jin.

In addition to that, Delphi will include TeleNav software in an infotainment system to be used by an unknown Chinese car maker, first in China, then in some export markets. This will be the third car manufacturer to use TeleNav software after Ford and GM.

Monday, February 4th 2013

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