Toyota Kirloskar Motor launches smart phone application Toyota Connect India

the app is a fully integrated cloud-based connected service platform supported by a dedicated and specialised call centre.

IANS July 12, 2017 11:44:31 IST
Toyota Kirloskar Motor launches smart phone application  Toyota Connect India

New Delhi: Automobile major Toyota Kirloskar Motor on Tuesday launched a smartphone application -- Toyota Connect India -- to provide its customers with Toyotas global standards of connected services.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor launches smart phone application  Toyota Connect India

According to the company, the app is a fully integrated cloud-based connected service platform supported by a dedicated and specialised call centre, Toyota's dealer networks and service providers.

"It offers a unique service of assisted navigation with 24x7 dedicated call centre which helps users to navigate to destination with utmost ease," the company said in a statement.

"With an aim to provide a convenient and engaging travel experience, Toyota Connect offers immersive navigation experience with 3D offline maps, lane guidance, speed limit display, enlarged junction and intersection views and real time traffic updates."

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