The redesigned 2014 Chevy Impala will be the first product in the General Motors lineup to receive the brand’s new updated MyLink infotainment setup.
The system has received a new interface and the option to download different display themes which take their inspiration from smartphones, tablets and sports graphics according to Chevy. Four different themes are offered as standard on the car, which are contemporary, edge, velocity and main street.
Among the new features, MyLink can now connect to the internet and look up things for the driver, along with accepting natural-speed voice commands. Presets for radio stations, navigation locations and contacts have sixty spaces to be saved in, and the car’s Bluetooth connection can handle ten different devices at one time.
All of the icons in the new MyLink system are customizable, and can be dragged and dropped to wherever the user wants them.
The updated system will debut on the 2014 Impala, and will also find a home in the new Corvette, Silverado pickup and Tahoe and Suburban SUVs.