Motorcars Toyota serving drivers in the greater Cleveland area would like to take a moment to introduce you to a new, advanced technology from Toyota: Entune. The highly-anticipated, groundbreaking service is the latest evolution in infotainment, offering a dynamic mix of navigation tools, mobile apps and data services.
Like many previous-generation infotainment offerings, Toyota Entune easily integrates with all major smartphones, including BlackBerry, Android, and iPhone. Unlike other infotainment apps on the market, it's easier to downloaded and subsequently updated.
What exactly does Toyota Entune include? To start, three years of complimentary access to a host of popular apps, such as Bing, iHeartRadio, Movie Tickets.com, Open Table, and of course Pandora... Yes, it will help you to find new hot spots in familiar and foreign territories alike.
In addition, Toyota Entune offers a host of data services that promise to keep drivers up to date on all of their personal interests and hobbies, including sports scores, weather forecasts and changes in stocks. It even clues drivers into local fuel prices, helping to identify the cheapest place to buy.
When you're not busy finding a local coffee shop, catching up on last night's game, or looking for directions, you can also use Toyota Entune to chill out on the commute home. Integrated with a variety of features, including Sirius XM Satellite Radio, iPod connectivity, and music streaming via Bluetooth, among others, it provides seemingly endless entertainment.
Toyota Entune is initially slated to be offered in three forthcoming vehicles: the 2012 Prius V, 2012 Toyota Camry and 2012 Toyota Tacoma. Each will be available with Display Audio with Navigation and Entune. Only the new Camry and Prius V, however, will be available with Premium HDD Navigation with Entune. Most other new Toyota vehicles are expected to eventually gain Entune as well.