Toyota Entune

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Toyota Entune is an integrated multimedia navigation and telematics system, providing satellite-based information on traffic, weather, sports scores, stocks, and fuel prices via subscription through SiriusXM, and was built on the existing Toyota G-Book architecture. When connected to a compatible cellular phone running the Entune app, via radio or USB cable, the system provides a browser and other apps, including those from music services such as iHeartRadio, Pandora and XM Satellite Radio. The cell phone app has iOS, Android, and Blackberry versions; to use this feature, a cell phone data plan is required. The system can be controlled with voice recognition,[1] and includes the “Safety Connect” personalization system.

Entune premiered in 2011 on the 2012 model year Toyota Prius v.

The Lexus Enform application suite expands on the technology used by Entune.[2]


For US vehicles (model years):

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  1. ^ "Toyota Announces Entune Multimedia System at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show" (Press release). USA: Toyota. 2011-01-04. Retrieved 2013-07-31. 
  2. ^ "Lexus Drivers Lexus Enform 2.0 FAQS". USA: Lexus. Retrieved 2012-07-20. 

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