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While most automotive infotainment systems get a lot of flack for being slow and clunky, the latest evolution of Chevrolet MyLink has earned praise from CNET by setting itself apart from the pack with its smooth, seamless interface inspired by smartphone design.

The latest incarnation of Chevrolet MyLink showcased in the 2014 Impala was recently unveiled at the CES 2013 (Consumer Electronics Show), which celebrates the best in technology. Chevrolet MyLink left an impression with technology insiders by earning rave reviews for serving up technology that’s cutting-edge, yet simple to use.

Taking most of its cues from a smartphone interface, Chevrolet MyLink lets you easily access a wide array of your phone, entertainment and navigation applications through the 8-inch color touch screen right at the driver’s fingertips. Innovative perks of MyLink include storing up to 60 favorite contacts, radio stations, destinations or songs straight to your homepage with their own dedicated button. And that’s just the beginning.

Chevrolet MyLink has been streamlined for a more intuitive experience in which most tasks can be accomplished in a quick, simple swipe. With all the sleek ingenuity of MyLink, it’s only fitting that this refined piece of technology be premiered in the new 2014 Impala, a vehicle that has evolved to merge forward thinking innovation with a classically imaginative design.