TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp on Tuesday announced that it will begin rolling out its new G-BOOK mX telematics service and a G-Book mX-compatible HDD navigation system with the launch of new vehicles in Japan starting in May.
The addition of Map-on-Demand — the world's first technology for automatically delivering differential map data to car navigation systems — will create a more user-friendly and comprehensive telematics service, Toyota said in a statement. The new G-BOOK includes features such as Probe Communication Traffic Information, which uses data from other vehicles equipped with G-BOOK mX to provide drivers with highly precise information on traffic congestion.
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