Pioneer Rolls Out Latest and Greatest

Pioneer has launched a new top-of-the-line?in-dash navigation system that pushes in-car entertainment and information technologies to new limits. The highly sophisticated flagship unit features a high level of entertainment possibilities and convenience attributes including PandoraLink, MusicSphere?- Pioneer?s proprietary music analysis software, a revolutionary 3D user interface and ECO Graph for econ-friendly drivers.

The AVIC-Z120BT is the latest entry in Pioneer?s prestigious Z-series navigation systems. It features a motorized high-resolution 7-inch WVGA touch screen display, 3D graphics accelerator, onscreen iPod/iPhone control, built-in Bluetooth?for hands-free calling and wireless music streaming, USB connectivity, SD card slot located behind the motorized front panel, high quality CD/DVD audio/video playback, back-up camera input and it is?SIRIUS XM?satellite and?HD Radio?ready. The AVIC-Z120BT?s comprehensive map database from Tele Atlas? covers the entire United States, Canada, Alaska and Hawaii, enabling users to route to millions of destinations including more than 12 million points of interest (POIs). Additionally, the unit features enhanced voice recognition, including the capability to input destination addresses by voice.

Unique to the 2010 Pioneer navigation line, the AVIC-Z120BT features dual zone entertainment, which enables rear passengers to enjoy DVD video and audio on a separate rear display and headphones, while front passengers listen to AM/FM or XM or Sirius satellite radio sources.

The unique ECO Driving system provides driving status reports as well as the driver?s impact on the environment with visual graphics onscreen.

The AVIC-Z120BT can be integrated into a large number of vehicles with a 2-DIN dash opening.? It can also match any vehicle?s dash lighting with its more than 30,000 customizable illumination colors.

The AVIC-Z120BT has a suggested retail price of $1,599.

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