New Delhi, March 19, 2013 - Global leader in satellite navigation, Garmin will see its Personal Navigation Device (PND), the nüvi 40LM. on the dashboard of the Mahindra ‘Verito Executive’. This comes hard on the heels of the 40LM and the 50LM, reaching Maruti cars as a genuine accessory.
Says Daniel Chien, Senior Manager, Garmin Corporation: “This is our effort to make sure that Indian people should get assistance of world class technology during travels. We expect that such partnership will help us achieve our target of making travel safer and easier for the people by improving the in-car and driving experience of Indian car owners”.
Garmin India has launched nüvi devices for the mass market, at Rs. 8450 and Rs. 9990 for nüvi 40LM and 50LM respectively. The devices will come with free maps of Singapore and Malaysia, two of the most visited places by Indian vacationers. In India, NAVTEQ Maps power portable navigation devices (PNDs) by worldwide leading navigation brand, Garmin. These devices like other Garmin devices will have voice guidance in Hindi, Indian English, Punjabi, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali and Oriya.
With 4214 cites Map coverage at street level, 7.3 million Points of interest, 4.3 inch wide screen for 40LM and 5.0 inch wide screen for 50LM. Text-to-speech speaks street names in Indian accent, Voice guidance supports 10 languages, House Search, Lane Info, High-Sensitivity Receiver, Highway Mode, Free Lifetime Map Support, Pre-loaded NavTeq India map, Malsing (Singapore/ Malaysia) maps, Enhanced Junction View. More information here