The 2013 Chevy Spark Hits the Digital Age
What's better than being able to stay connect and stream music from your smartphone, all while staying hand free? Now, want to be able to do that in your new Chevrolet? Well you're in luck, new Chevy models may soon come with the Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system as a standard feature.
What makes us confident enough to put this statement in writing?
Well, we here at Felix Chevrolet, do our best to stay up to date on the latest Chevy news. We are excited to share with you that the 2013 Chevrolet Spark EV minicar will say goodbye to its traditional CD player and say hello to the MyLink infotainment system as a standard feature upon its release.
Chevrolet will measure two things upon this release. First, how well will the public handle the lack of CD player? Next, they want to be sure that the MyLink is perceived as a suitable replacement for a physical media player.
What is nice about having a built in media player is that it allows for Chevrolet to make small changes to the system, which the user can download, and then upload to the system via USB.
In the end, though, everyone at Felix Chevrolet, located at 3330 S Figueroa Street, is more interested to know what you think of this move. And you can let us know by leaving a comment below. Or, if you're simply interested in more Chevrolet news, be sure to stay tuned. We're constantly scouring our sources, and we'll be updating this blog in the near future.