Camaro Gets Navigation System – Car Pro News

Chevrolet has been promising a navigation display for the Camaro since the car rolled out in 2008. Finally, it will get one for 2013 models.
Chevy first said that the sports coupe would get one in December 2009, but it didn’t happen — perhaps understandable, given GM had bigger issues just months into bankruptcy reorganization.
Now, four years later, the 2013-model Camaro finally will offer a modern touch-screen color display and navigation option. The picture above, the first detailed photo, was posted by Chevy on the Camaro’s Facebook page.
It’s a 7-inch touch-screen color display equipped with Chevy’s MyLink multimedia system. The touch-screen will come standard on the LT, SS and ZL1 trims.
A navigation system will be optional on some trims; the above photo shows the navi-equipped unit in an SS trim Camaro equipped with a 1LE performance package. Like the MyLink system in other Chevys, the software adds Pandora and Stitcher Internet radio streaming applications and a better voice-recognition system.
No word yet if the backup camera image will be rerouted through the touch-screen (when equipped) or remain in the rearview mirror.
The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro goes on sale this fall. Pricing will be released later this year, Chevy says.


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