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New Opel ADAM ROCKS - IntelliLink

Discover “IntelliLink”

Upgrade your new Opel ADAM ROCKS with the all-in-one multimedia system “IntelliLink”. It offers smartphone connectivity – both for Android and iOS in order to fit your style. Enter into a world of music, photos, videos and maps on your personal 7-inch color touch screen right in the dash of your new Opel ADAM ROCKS.




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Drop a beat

The Audio selection provides controls of the available audio sources including broadcast radio, USB, auxiliary input, and Bluetooth® audio. “IntelliLink” radio uses the Gracenote® music organization for USB music devices, which provides song information and album art. So wherever you are you can play the tracks that fit your mood and style. And when you add the optional premium Infinity Sound System, you get it all in concert hall quality.


New Opel ADAM ROCKS - Don’t forget the popcorn

Don’t forget the popcorn

Enjoy a blast from the past with the display function for pictures, films and videos over USB. But do remember: video and slide shows will not display while the vehicle is moving. So take a break and enjoy the show.


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New ADAM ROCKS phone home

Get your phone connected in your new Opel ADAM ROCKS. Both CD 3.0 BT and IntelliLink feature Bluetooth® for hands-free calling operated via steering wheel controls. IntelliLink also offers Bluetooth® streaming for your music. If the radio is not paired to an available device, the radio will provide the instructions for pairing. The IntelliLink radio is designed to allow pairing of up to five Bluetooth® phones at the same time. When the phone is paired, the radio downloads the phone’s address book.


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Media on demand

The IntelliLink system is designed to support specific smartphone applications. They include Stitcher™, a free app that lets you listen to radio shows and podcasts on demand from all over the world. TuneIn provides live radio from more than 100,000 stations for free.


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Clever navigation

One of the most helpful applications for the IntelliLink system is BringGo navigation*, a full turn by turn GPS-based navigation system that has maps in 3D and text-to-speech, making sure you can get the show on the road. The text-to-speech is supported through the smartphone and not the radio. BringGo Navigation is connected with iPhones via USB and with Android- based phones via Bluetooth® to project the phone display on the radio display.

 

BringGo navigation includes:

  • emergency information such as police, fire, and nearest hospital
  • points of interest
  • local search via Google
  • Where am I? locator
  • live traffic
  • 3D maps
  • no internet access necessary, therefore no data transfer/roaming fees

 

* BringGo is only compatible with new Opel ADAM ROCKS vehicles equipped with IntelliLink. Technology changes frequently. Buyers are responsible for verifying phone compatibility and available memory before purchasing the BringGo app. Refer to www.bringgo.com for more information.


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New ADAM ROCKS & Siri Eyes Free through your iPhone

“Read that message.” – ”Eve says: ‘On my way. See you soon.’”

 

Play a song, make a call or send a text – with your eyes on the road and your hands on the steering wheel. Siri Eyes Free through your iPhone – the intelligent personal assistant – is integrated in new Opel ADAM ROCKS making your ride more fun and safe. Using a button on new Opel ADAM ROCKS' steering wheel, iPhone owners can ask Siri to call people, play music, hear and compose text messages, dictate emails, hear new notifications, get directions, add reminders and much more. And with new ADAM ROCKS' FlexDock® cradle you have your Apple device front and center and can use Siri Eyes Free to voice control turn-by-turn navigation on Apple Maps and ask “Are we there yet?” Thanks, Siri.