Toyota Connected Services now on more models

In a world that seems to want to stay permanently connected to others Toyota has improved the connectivity of a number of models.

Toyota Connect Services

Toyota has expanded the availability and functionality of its advanced Toyota Connected Services (TCS) technology, delivering greater peace of mind and enhanced convenience to even more customers.

The new TCS convenience features are now available on the all-new LandCruiser 300 Series, HiLux, Fortuner, Yaris Cross, Camry, Granvia, and HiAce. All the new features and functionality have been developed and extensively tested for each specific model.

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Toyota Connected Services, which offers safety features including automatic collision notification (ACN), SOS emergency call  and stolen vehicle tracking (SVT) was first introduced in the Yaris Cross in November 2020, with Camry gaining the advanced technology in April last year.

The updated system that is now available across a broader range of vehicles adds to the safety features. Customers will be able to remotely access a variety of information from their smartphone such as fuel level, recent trip data and vehicle location, depending on the model, via the myToyota Connect app.

Buyers of eligible vehicles will be treated to three years of complimentary TCS functionality from the date of delivery, after which an extension will be optional.

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