There are all different criteria and factors that go into the car buying process. If you’re looking for the perfect new car, it comes down to personal preferences, specific needs, the budget and some other important aspects. Thanks to today’s technology and advances, another item that buyers are now throwing into the mix is in-car entertainment. For some, this can make or break the deal.
If you’re the type that places a lot of weight on the in-car entertainment experience and wants the best of the best, here’s a look at some of the cars that are killing it in terms of options.
For those that like the idea of going with a tried and true model, the newly designed Toyota Camry 2021 could be an excellent option. This one almost has a sporty look to it yet it can still act as a family vehicle thanks to its four-door design. But where this one is turning heads is with the technology features that are second to none.
For in-car entertainment, look no further than the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto feature which makes it possible for you to connect to your music playlists, apps, receive messages on the screen, and make calls using the voice command feature. The 9-inch touchscreen display is located on the centre console dashboard, which also makes it handy when using the navigation features. You can even listen to audiobooks and podcasts on the go.
Now maybe you need something with a bit more room, which means the Ford Escape 2021 could be ideal. Ford has gone all out with the infotainment system which makes it possible for you to be in total control and stay connected to the navigation system, music, and your phone through voice command. The Ford Pass Connect is possible through this model thanks to the embedded modem in the vehicle.
The BMW X5 xDrive30d is all about luxury and technology. This one isn’t exactly budget-friendly but, if you’re after all the bells and whistles, this could be the way to go. One of the audio and entertainment options is the Rear Seat Entertainment Professional. This features two completely separate touchscreen colour displays in the rear seats that are an impressive 10.2 inches. Through this screen, passengers can watch movies, television shows, connect a game console or an MP3 player and best of all – access online features. With the internet available to passengers, this enables online gaming on the large screen, which would traditionally only be available through their smartphone or at home on a desktop or gaming console.
While the design, features and pricing vary for each of these makes and models, one thing they all have in common is the ability to provide drivers and passengers with world-class infotainment options that are sure to tick off all the must-have boxes on your list. What will you go for?