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Mitsubishi Electric has unveiled a new vehicle infotainment system called FLEXConnect. In case you’re wondering why it is previewed on a Cadillac, it’s because Mitsubishi Electric does infotainment as well as navigation systems for a number of automakers out there and General Motors is one of them.

Based on an Android platform, the FLEXConnect system features a 12.1-inch display in portrait mode that allows users to access one to three features simultaneously. With full-screen, half-screen and one-third screen display modes, users can access navigation only, navigation and media player, or navigation, media player and climate controls all at once.

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Powered by a single Texas Instruments Jacinto 6 processor, FLEXConnect can also be accessed via a 12.3-inch, 1920 x 720 resolution instrument cluster as well as a heads-up display with 480 x 240 resolution.

 



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