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LAND ROVER PIVI PRO SCOOPS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD
Land Rover’s advanced new Pivi Pro touchscreen infotainment system has won the SMARTBEST 2020 award from the prestigious motoring jury AUTOBEST, recognising the best connected technologies in the automotive industry.
Featuring industry-leading design and electronic hardware also found in the latest smartphones, the fast-responding and intuitive Pivi Pro system allows customers to utilise Software-Over-The-Air (SOTA) technology, without compromising its ability to stream music and connect to apps on the move.
The always-on and always-connected Pivi Pro sits at the heart of the in-car experience, enabling drivers to control all aspects of the vehicle via a high-resolution touchscreen. With its own dedicated power source, it offers almost instantaneous start-up, so navigation is ready as soon as the driver is behind the wheel.
The embedded apps provide full functionality even without your smartphone, while Google and Microsoft Outlook calendar integration enables the driver to view work diaries and join important calls through the hands-free system. Meanwhile, weather at destination gives a forecast depending on the route entered in the navigation system.
UNCHALLENGED BY ANY COMPETITOR
AUTOBEST Chairman Dan Vardie said, “This year, Pivi Pro proved to be unchallenged by any of the competitors’ on-board connected technology, not to mention the simplicity in operation as the driver can focus on driving. Access to 90 percent of commonly used functions from the display with a maximum of two clicks.”