Cool Mom Tech: Siri Integration in Cars
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Interview with Jeana Lee Tahnk, associate editor of Cool Mom Tech

Chevrolet’s 2013 Sonic and Spark—and the 2014 Spark EV—are the world’s first cars to offer Siri Eyes Free* to iPhone users, so you can engage with your family, your friends, your music, the events of the world—all while keeping your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel.

As Cool Mom Tech’s Jeana Lee Tahnk says, voice-recognition technology is a big help for parents, especially while driving: “They can really focus on being safe drivers…while still getting the information they’re looking for.”

If you have a Sonic or Spark equipped with Chevrolet MyLink** radio, simply connect your iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 to the available MyLink info-entertainment system via Bluetooth, then use the steering wheel button to make calls to stored contacts on your phone, play songs from your iTunes library, listen to and respond to texts and iMessages, and more—all hands-free.

That’s American ingenuity, to Find New Roads.

So why just go from A to B, when imagination can take you everywhere? Let Chevrolet help you find new roads.

Watch Chevrolet’s Find New Roads commercial about Siri in the Sonic:

Siri in the Chevy Sonic: World’s First Siri Integration | Chevrolet

Read more about Chevrolet’s innovations in technology and design on Chevy Culture:

From the Road to the Rink (And Back Again)

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*Requires available Chevrolet MyLink and compatible iPhone running iOS 6.

Software update may be required. See your dealer for more information.

**MyLink functionality varies by model. Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone, and USB connectivity for some devices.

MyLink on Spark and Sonic does not include functionality such as enhanced voice recognition, Gracenote and CD player.