The new VW T-Cross has Volkswagen’s advanced technology, and it’s incredible. One of the many amazing features of the VW T-Cross is its infotainment system which perfectly complements our always-connected lives.
Here’s everything you need to know:
Connecting your phone to the VW T-Cross is easy through Bluetooth or a USB cable. Bluetooth connection features are accessed through the infotainment screen. Go to the home screen, select ‘settings’ and find the Bluetooth menu. Select ‘add device’ to pair your phone with the T-Cross.
Once your Bluetooth is connected, you can access your Spotify playlists through the ‘media’ function. Simply select ‘media’ and the source as Bluetooth. Controlling the media from the multipurpose steering wheel allows you to keep your eyes on the road while finding your fave song. Did you know? The VW App-Connect lets your car connect through your mobile device.
App services include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto so you can connect your phone or tablet to the VW T-Cross infotainment system using a USB cable. Using either of these two apps transforms the central infotainment touchscreen into a pseudo smartphone, giving you access to your calls, music, WhatsApp voice notes and Google Maps to find destinations. Choosing the Beats audio package upgrades the sound system to a 300-watt, eight-channel amplifier and separate subwoofer in the boot, perfect for blasting your fave Normani track.
The VW T-Cross offers connectivity and charging for all occupants, no matter the mobile device. Four USB charging points (when fitted with Composition Media Radio), two in the front and two in the second row, and an optional induction charging tray ensure optimum connectivity. That’s five charging points for a vehicle that can seat five adults. Thanks, VW, for not making us play the ‘everyone gets 10 minutes to be in charge’ game!
The 12,3-inch active info display has advanced graphics to keep track of useful driving information, a standard for the Comfortline and Highline trims. The infotainment system displays the rear camera on the screen when reversing or when in the Park Assist mode.
This article originally appeared on Women on Wheels.
This post is sponsored by Volkswagen.
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