More HD In Autos As Land Rover's On Board
April 9, 2009 at 7:59 AM (PT)
IBIQUITY DIGITAL CORPORATION has announced accelerated automotive momentum. To date, 13 brands have announced plans to include HD Radio technology in current or future models, spanning a range of car price points and models: AUDI, BMW, FORD, HYUNDAI, KIA, JAGUAR, LAND ROVER, LINCOLN, MERCEDES, MERCURY, MINI, SCION and VOLVO.
"Additional automotive manufacturers continue to announce their adoption of HD Radio technology, while others are accelerating expansion across model lines and packages -- this speaks volumes of the industry commitment to this infotainment platform," said IBIQUITY Pres./CEO BOB STRUBLE. "By giving drivers access to added content, fresh new formats, superior clarity and data capabilities with no subscription fees, HD Radio technology is quickly becoming the preferred digital entertainment option for automakers."
LAND ROVER has announced plans to equip HD Radio technology in its entire LAND ROVER and RANGE ROVER offering, which includes the LR2, LR3, RANGE ROVER and RANGE ROVER SPORT, starting in 2009.