TomTom today has set a new standard of navigation with the launch of its all new TomTom GO range in the United States and Canada. The completely re-designed Portable Navigation Device (PND) reinvents how drivers use navigation with its new map and traffic-centric interface.
“With this completely redesigned PND, we are empowering drivers with an essential daily driving tool that provides access to accurate, real-time traffic information to aid their every day commute”
The new TomTom GO series comes with TomTom Traffic. TomTom’s world-class traffic information pinpoints exactly where delays start and end, helping drivers to get to their destinations faster on a daily basis. Drivers can connect to TomTom Traffic via their Smartphone by simply downloading the free TomTom MyDrive mobile app. Consumers can access TomTom Traffic through their existing smartphone data plan*.
“With this completely redesigned PND, we are empowering drivers with an essential daily driving tool that provides access to accurate, real-time traffic information to aid their every day commute,” says Jocelyn Vigreux, Managing Director of TomTom Inc. “Drivers in the U.S. lose an average of 8 working days per year due to traffic congestion.** People typically know their commute route very well. What they don’t always know about is the extent of the traffic they’ll encounter and how to best avoid it. TomTom Traffic provides game-changing insight into that unknown variable, and adds valuable time back to drivers each time they commute.”
Features available within the NEW TomTom GO range include:
Lifetime TomTom Traffic
TomTom Traffic covers 99.9% of all roads and uses crowd-sourced data from more than 150 million drivers in North America to deliver accurate traffic information, with precision as close as 30 feet, every two minutes. This enables drivers to benefit from TomTom’s superior Traffic information to get to their destination fastest.
Drivers can easily access the travel information they need via a high-resolution touch screen. A brand new interactive map responds and scales to touch, which allows drivers to both pinch-and-zoom to find and explore places on the map with their fingertips and tap on the map to get an instant route to a destination.
Buildings and landmarks are brought to life in high quality 3D, so that drivers can see clearly and confirm exactly where they are.
The new TomTom GO range will be showcased in their distributor, Wynit’s booth number 31412 in South Hall at CES in Las Vegas.
More details, pricing and availability will be announced closer to the launch date late Q1 2014.