Tata Nano to get Visteon audio system – USB, Aux-in, BT

The Nano’s audio system is based on Visteon’s “Tiger” radio platform and was developed jointly by the Visteon Technical Service Center in Chennai, India, and the Visteon China Technical Center in Shanghai, China.

The audio system features a customized bezel with a highly integrated human machine interface (HMI) and an innovative mounting system to meet the vehicle’s unique requirements.

The accessory audio system provides a range of in-car audio entertainment solutions and comes with customized speakers and a radio antenna. Four variants of the audio system are available to meet different needs of Nano owners – from AM/FM radio with auxiliary input to a more sophisticated system including CD player, USB port and Bluetooth wireless technology capability.

The Bluetooth feature allows the driver to wirelessly connect a mobile phone for in-vehicle, hands-free communication and to stream music directly from the mobile phone to the vehicle audio system. The system’s auxiliary and USB ports allow the user to connect a USB flash drive or MP3 player for use in the vehicle.

Visteon partnered with Nippon Audiotronix, a well-known company in the Indian automotive audio market, for marketing, sales, distribution and service support of the Tata-branded audio system throughout India. The audio system is currently available to order at Tata Motors dealerships across India.

Source: Visteon.

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