Chevy announced last week that it is expanding the number of its car models that will ship with Siri "Eyes Free" support. After making a successful debut on this year's models of the Chevy Spark, Spark EV and Sonic, Chevy is expanding support to include more models, according to a press release.
For 2014, Chevy will add Eyes Free support to the Camaro, Cruz, Equinox, Malibu, SS and Volt models. The connectivity happens through the Chevrolet MyLink Infotainment System on these models and requires a Siri-equipped iPhone running iOS 6 or iOS 7.
Once you pair your iPhone to the MyLink radio using Bluetooth and a voice activation button on the steering wheel, you can use Siri to make hands free calls, play songs, switch music sources, listen to and compose iMessages and text messages, access your Calendar and add appointments, all without taking your eyes off the road.
Source: The Loop
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