Garmin Is Everywhere at the Geneva International Motor Show


Thema Lancia console Garmin is in Geneva, Switzerland this week at the 81st International Motor Show.  We're happy to report that we're aboard many of the new models that are being shown.  Garmin navigation is on display at the Fiat booth in the new Lancia Thema, a design based upon the Chrysler 300 and the new Fiat Freemont, a rebadged Dodge Journey.  Earlier this year, Garmin debuted the Uconnect Touch, an in-dash navigation platform that is an available option for an array of 2011 model year Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles.


AM Virage AM Virage interior But back to Geneva.  Garmin is also featured in the Aston Martin booth on the stunning 2012 Virage, a 490 horsepower luxury sports coupe. The Virage will sell for $290,000 and will be available worldwide.  The Virage is outfitted with a customized version of the Garmin GVN54 which is built into the vehicle at the factory. Aston also launched the smaller Cygnet city car, a $30,000 vehicle equipped with a Garmin nüvi 1690 as an integrated factory option.

Honda 3700 Mini Garmin accessory navigation is also showing at the Mini booth where the nüvi 1250 was on display. Mini will be launching the nüvi 2240 and 2250 in the coming weeks. This will be the fourth generation of Garmin navigation solutions for Mini.  Other Garmin accessory products are showing at the Peugeot (nüvi 1695) and Honda (nüvi 3790) booths.

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