GROM Extends VLine Video Interface to Toyota

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Grom Audio Vline

BELMONT, CA–GROM Audio  announced its new VLine aftermarket infotainment system upgrade is now available for select Toyota models.

VLine is a stand-alone interface that does not require any phone connectivity, except for an Internet data plan (it does not rely on the phone for apps). The VLine does not replace the factory radio or any other parts. All existing functions of the car stereo system FM, CD or factory Bluetooth will continue to work throughout the use of VLine.

VLine  provides a video interface to display the latest apps. It provides the driver with integrated navigation apps including Waze and Google, music apps including Spotify, GMusic, Web Radio and more, Bluetooth A2DP music streaming, and access to other Google Play apps.

Drivers can also use existing touchscreen and steering wheel controls for seamless interactivity. In addition, voice activation is made available for maps and music. The  user gains full access to music information and cover art. Users can quickly switch between apps with one touch.

The VLine was released back in September 2016 to select Lexus vehicle owners. Now GROM is expanding the line to include  Toyota, Nissan and Infiniti.

Compatible Toyota models include: 2012-2015 Prius, 2012-2015 Prius C, 2012-2015 Prius V, 2014 xD, 2014 iQ, 2015-2017 Yaris, 2014-2016 Venza, 2013-2015 Avalon, 2012-2014 Camry, 2012-2014 Highlander, and 2011-2014 4Runner.

VLine has a base price of $499.95.  Additional features have also been made available to users, including mobile Hot Spot and wireless keyboard. For more visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG-NjD3PrwM and http://gromaudio.com/store/vline/grom-vl1-toy6.html

GROM Audio offers a 30-day money back guarantee and 18-month limited warranty for VLine.

 

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1 Comment

  1. Awesome. The built in Toyota Nav function is a nightmare. My 2014 4Runner’s Nav app did not even know about a bridge that was opened in 2008 ….and Toyota wants $200+ just to upgrade the Nav application. That would not help with the apps general functionality (which is horrible). Waze and Google Maps alone would be worth this upgrade for me.

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