In Q2 ’10 Opel announced an upgrade of the Vivaro, a Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV).
NOTE: Vivaro resulted from a joint venture between Opel and Renault, and is also sold as the Renault Trafic. TomTom already supplies many Renault vehicles with the Carminat TomTom system.
One of the main upgrades in the Vivaro is the redesigned cockpit with new infotainment systems. The basic radio version R0v4 (without tachograph) with integrated display has an Aux-IN for external music devices and is available in two versions with (CD10) or without CD drive (R10).
The next higher version R1 with external display also has a dual channel connection (RCA line-in) and the CD drive CD 20.
The R2 system offers additional functions, including USB interface, Bluetooth technology, a high-resolution display and CD30 BT drive.
In combination with an optional TomTom-based navigation system with remote control, the system also has a color display.
The navigation system contains electronic map material for all of Western Europe, including Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxemburg, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Turkey.