Smart, seamless tech is an expectation of modern drivers, a trend Toyota is well familiar with. Continuing our special Tundra series, we plug into the next-gen’s brand new infotainment system, discussing added and noteworthy features, their benefits, and what went into their development behind the scenes. Joining us is Greg Blalock, Toyota’s Manager of Customer Solutions for Connected Technologies, and Mike Sweers, the 2022 Tundra’s Global Truck Chief Engineer.
Toyota Untold continues to celebrate the recent release of the next generation 2022 Tundra with part two in a four-part series looking behind the curtain on the new model and its development. This week, we plug into its brand new infotainment system and explore all the added benefits, data, and functionality available at drivers’ fingertips in the 2022 Tundra.
Smart, seamless tech is an expectation of modern drivers, a trend Toyota is well familiar with. Joining us are two of the most knowledgeable people in the world on the subject–Greg Blalock, Toyota’s Manager of Customer Solutions for Connected Technologies, and Mike Sweers, the 2022 Tundra’s Global Truck Chief Engineer. Both are focused on improving the driver experience by leveraging the mountains of data now available to both Toyota and its customers.
From the glamorous 14-inch touchscreen, to cloud-based maps, intelligent assistant voice recognition, and a new customer-centric menu structure, if you came looking for details, you’ve arrived at the right place. Make a pit stop for fuel and snacks. Better yet, connect to your new audio multimedia system and turn it up. Parts three and four of the Tundra series are just ahead.
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Toyota Untold is co-produced with Crate Media.