SsangYong Motor works with Naver and LG U+SsangYong Motor is introducing a connected car technology system developed with LG U+ and Naver next month on some of its vehicles, the automaker said Tuesday.
The company said the new connected-car system dubbed “Infoconn” will be first installed in Korando and Tivoli SUVs but later will be available in all new models from SsangYong Motor. It added that the system uses technology from Naver and the network of LG U+ to enhance the in-the-vehicle experience for drivers and passengers.
SsangYong said Infoconn allows users to enjoy entertainment provided by Naver. The local automaker has been working on related technologies since the company and its Indian parent Mahindra & Mahindra joined the Open Automotive Alliance led by Google in 2015.
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