NissanConnect In-Car Infotainment System Keeps Drivers in Touch

We’ve been following the 2014 Nissan Rogue since the Japanese automaker teased us with an image of its headlight before its September 10th unveiling, and now we’re learning just what will be on the interior of the all-new CUV.

The 2014 Nissan Rogue promises to be loaded with advanced technologies, including the NissanConnect in-car infotainment system.  NissanConnect connects drivers to their favorite entertainment through a touch-screen, as well as hands-free technology by connecting with their smartphones.

By using NissanConnect in the 2014 Rogue, everything important to drivers from the outside world will be brought seamlessly into their vehicle, including their favorite social networks, weather, traffic, available navigation and so much more.  You can look for the NissanConnect in-car infotainment system to continue to make its way into more Nissan vehicles.

“As demand for in-vehicle connectivity systems continues to grow, Nissan is taking the lead in providing affordable, use-friendly technology under the NissanConnect banner with critical core vehicles such as the 2014 Nissan Rogue, Altima, Sentra and Versa Note,” said Pierre Loing, vice president of Product Planning at Nissan North America, in a press release.

“We expect more than 1.5 million Nissan vehicles will be connected by 2015, with our cloud-based model allowing for periodic updates and the launch of new apps throughout ownership of the vehicles.”

What do you think of the all-new 2014 Nissan Rogue?  Be sure to keep checking back for the most up-to-date information!