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.