FLEXConnect infotainment system expected to enter production by ’18 model year.
NORTHVILLE, MI – Mitsubishi Electric unveils its FLEXConnect infotainment system, which the supplier says is flexible enough to bridge the gap between today’s consumer electronics and those of the future, while creating a better experience for vehicle passengers. FLEXConnect features two front-seat and two rear-seat touchscreens with cameras that operate as independent units while connected through an Ethernet audio-video bridging architecture. The system supports Wi-Fi ...
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