Wednesday, March 07, 2012
By Pawan Rana
Volkswagen Golf, Audi A3 and Skoda Octavia to come with Harman electronics features
Today, it has been officially announced by Harman premium Audio and Infotainment Company that Volkswagen will soon come up with few more new car models in the near future that will be sophisticated with their consumer electronic solutions. The expected cars with these add ons are Volkswagen Golf, Audi A3 and Skoda Octavia. This news is publicized today by Harman on the grounds that reveal a contract that Harman has bounded with Volkswagen which encompass a beefy amount of 1.25 Billion US Dollars. These electronic features can rise the Volkswagen price in India.
Harman’s Chairman, President and CEO Mr. Dinesh C. Paliwal made a zesty proclamation that Volkswagen shows a healthy bond with the firms dealing with world class consumer electronics and IT solutions. This bond reflects Volkswagen showing a great interest in providing edge off technical advancements to their customers.
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Mr. Dinesh C. Paliwal added that there is a lot of demand that a car has internet access which can be done by improved connectivity. Volkswagen Group with the help of Harman Infotainment Company can now avail their customers with a final verdict that gives them the latest multimedia familiarity with a better quality output. The modular hardware is planned to incorporate the cars that will deliver state of art performance too.
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Some of the multimedia features that are expected to be stuffed in these Luxury cars are dynamic and real-time Google Earth navigation, high-performance NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset for real life like graphics, Internet access with wireless connectivity enabled. An embedded flash memory is also put into the system to save navigation data which can be updated time to time as per the information related to mapping of streets.
Harman infotainment brings some more wonders for the modular infotainment platform that Volkswagen plans to feature in Volkswagen Golf, Audi A3 and Skoda Octavia. The modular infotainment platform helps Volkswagen Group to upgrade the hardware and software as per the latest technology anytime.