Chrysler's Mopar Division has found a way to free us from tangled wires and that sinking feeling that accompanies a low-battery symbol. Available in the all-new 2013 Dodge Dart, introducing an industry-first technology: in-car wireless charging for smartphones and MP3s.
Scheduled to arrive at dealerships in the second quarter of this year, the Dodge Dart was already poised to be the poster-child for Chrysler's resurgence. Now with this on-the-go charging system, the Dart will stand even further apart from its competitors in the compact sedan segment.
How it works:
The charger is located in a 8.27-inches by 9.5-inches by 3.25-inches 'power bin' at the front center of the lower console area. To initiate a charge, the user simply has to place a compatible device in the bin. This easy-to-use and extremely convenient system is compatible with iPhone, Blackberry, MP3 players and Droid-based devices.
Mopar in-vehicle wireless charging will be available for $199.99, plus installation fees. Get more information on Courtesy.com: http://www.courtesy.com/parts/index.htm
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