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7 Best Current Infotainment Systems Ranked

7 Best Current Infotainment Systems Ranked

Toyota, and by extension Lexus, have also realized that it’s a good idea to use Google at its core, but not so much to outsource the whole system. Toyota’s new infotainment system is a thoughtful implementation with voice control that learns and can operate parts of the vehicle’s systems, including windshield wipers.

Toyota’s implementation of Google Maps is the best we’ve seen yet. The Drive Connect Cloud Navigation actually saves an entire route when you start so you can’t go off the map if you lose 4G or 5G connectivity. Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard as they should be on every system now, and Toyota’s mobile app lets you start the car with your phone. The new screens are sharp and the interface is fluid to use, as Toyota has focused on simplicity.

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