VW's next-gen infotainment system, maybe

Volkswagen's Silicon Valley boffins have come up with a prototype of what might be the company's next-generation integrated entertainment and information system.

Located far from corporate headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany, the engineers at Volkswagen's Electronic Research Laboratory (ERL) take advantage of their proximity to high-tech companies, such as Apple, Intel and Google, to develop new infotainment systems and interfaces for VW cars. We got a look at ERL's latest work, a system developed with Intel called the Global Open Research Infotainment Architecture, or GLORIA.


Previous Story

BMW iDrive (second generation)

Car Tech
Next Story

Lexus Remote Touch



Add Your Comment

Avatar
 

Be the first to comment on this story!


Post comment as


Sponsored Links

Recently Viewed Products