In 2020, Volkswagen has introduced some minor changes for the mobile app Car-Net. Now some models 2021 receive a fully revised MIB3.
The German automaker is making more changes to its infotainment system MIB3, including wireless connection App-Connect, enhanced voice recognition, a USB charging C, updated navigation, and SiriusXM streaming 360L.
Travel Assist and Emergency Assist has also been added for Volkswagen, the Atlas and Atlas Cross Sport 2021 model year. Travel Assist allows you to partially automate practical driving at speeds from 0 to 150 km/h with adaptive cruise and auxiliary systems. Emergency Assist monitors the driver to ensure that he pays attention to the road, and can issue warnings in the form of a visual alert, sound or sharp pressing the brake, if necessary, to Wake him up. The assistant can also stop the car if the driver does not react.
Atlas model and Atlas Cross Sport SE trim levels and above will be upgraded to receive infotainment system MIB3, while picking the SEL and SEL Premium get Travel and Emergency Assist. Updated Golf except Golf GTI will get a new multimedia system.
Jetta, an analog of the Golf sedan, as its more sporty version of the Jetta GLI will get the system MIB3. In addition, in the configuration of the Jetta SE and SEL added 6-way driver seat, while the GLI Autobahn gets adaptive cruise control, assist in maintaining lanes and high beam.
MIB3 is not listed as a new option for the Passat 2021 model year, but as a “consolation prize” models relies Passat adaptive cruise control. Tiguan 2021 model year will receive a MIB3 system along with adaptive cruise control on all models to facelift in 2022.