For those that didn't have a chance to see it at CES, the car incorporates state-of-the-art voice recognition; navigation from Elektrobit, Here, and Kotei; smartphone connectivity based on Miracast and on MirrorLink from RealVNC; advanced multi-media streaming, including iHeartRadio; and a reconfigurable digital instrument cluster, all delivered in a user-centric, multi-modal experience.
For those that have seen it, it is still worthwhile taking the time to check it out because this time around it's powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S602A Automotive Solution. We announced the relationship with Qualcomm at CES and just over a month later we're showcasing the relationship in the Mercedes. Imagine what we'll do by Telematics Detroit.
You can check it out in the Qualcomm booth, Hall 3, Mobile World Congress 2014
Now powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S602A Automotive Solution: the latest QNX technology
concept car, based on a Mercedes CLA45 AMG.