Car and Driver Tests Genesis Coupe’s Navi with Roadtrip


Not as detailed as a full on review, but instead Car and Driver takes the Genesis Coupe out for a spin with the newly installed factory navigation system. Substantially different from the Genesis sedan; the Coupe’s navi is more touchscreen-focused and seems to do the job well.

[Source: Car and Driver Blog]

The easy-to-use system features traffic rerouting, a turn-by-turn list, and a bright display with clear maps. It also accepts voice commands for navigation and radio control. One highlight is the function that displays the selected route along with a mileage breakdown by highway, toll road, and ferry. The nav is packaged with a 10-speaker Infinity sound system and features Bluetooth audio streaming as well as iPod, USB, and auxiliary inputs. It’s XM-capable and includes a 90-day trial that also provides real-time traffic info.

3 Responses to “Car and Driver Tests Genesis Coupe’s Navi with Roadtrip”

  1. Jay - October 31, 2009

    Can the navigation system be upgraded with new maps?

  2. Casey McCane - November 20, 2009

    The new Navi is SICK! There’s a few members on our Genesis Coupe owners forum who have given it great reviews. The nav CAN be upgraded with new maps and data in the future via the dealership.

    Pretty cool!

  3. barbara forsen - March 14, 2011

    who makes the navigation system or better yet – where can I get an antiglare screen. I have total washout in daytime and cant see what is on the screen.

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