GM Deletes Features from Rear Seat Video

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GM Deletes Features

If you’ve got a General Motors SUV in the bay and the customer is picky about his rear seat entertainment, you might take note that GM has deleted some rear seat video features for the 2022 model year, according to GM Authority.

The company’s system for full-sized SUVs offers dual 12.6 inch headrest monitors with WiFi wireless projection and two HDMI ports.  The system for this year loses some connectivity.  The USB-C ports are now for charging only, so users can’t tether their phone to the screen, said GM Authority.

Miracast screen mirroring was also deleted (which let users show content from their phone or tablet on the back seat monitor).

Missing too is the navigation feature that shows the vehicle’s location on a map, and which lets users search points of interest and send navigation info to the dashboard screen.

The system is an option on the Chevy Tahoe, Suburban, GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade.

Source: GM Authority


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