Using In-Vehicle Tech To Optimize Your Commute | Charlotte, NC
There’s already so little time in the day — but luckily, your Mitsubishi can help you make the most of your commute. With its ample standard and available innovations, your car can make your commute more productive, comfortable, and enjoyable. Its technology runs the full spectrum from music and audiobook streaming, to hands-free calling, to an Eco driving mode to boost fuel efficiency. Here are some tips to help you optimize your commute in every way.
The heart of the connectivity technology behind any 2020 Mitsubishi model is the ability to sync your smartphone to your vehicle. The Smartphone Link Display Audio System gives you options — sync via Bluetooth or more with familiar software like Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™. Connecting your phone to your ride this way will allow you to handle things like business calls without taking your hands off the wheel, and find your way to off-site locations with integrated navigation. Multitasking behind the wheel just got easier and safer.
Aside from being connected to your smartphone for communication and navigation purposes, smartphone compatibility software also allows you to access your favorite streaming apps. Whether you’re jamming to your favorite music playlist to fit in some me-time before work or listening to a motivational podcast or self-help audiobook, it’s a breeze to do through the convenience of the Smartphone Link Display Audio System. The setup is also easy to use and accessible, with an intuitive, driver-focused touch screen.
Do you have a long-distance commute? Good news — you can stretch your gas budget even further in modern Mitsubishi nameplates such as the Outlander thanks to an Eco driving mode, which uses cutting-edge tech to switch between front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. All you have to do is turn the setting on and your ride automatically adapts its performance to deliver a more fuel-efficient driving experience.
Make the most of your commute — drive home in a Mitsubishi from Larry Jay Mitsubishi.