Chrysler plans full iPod integration

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The Chrysler Group announced on Sunday that it will be the first American automaker to provide full iPod integration as an option in most of its 2006 models, with over three million 2006 Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge models offering iPod integration beginning this spring. Drivers will be able to listen to their iPod through the car’s audio system, select their music by artist, album or playlist with radio or steering wheel controls and view selections on the radio’s display.

The optional iPod Integration Kit for Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge model lines will be available to customers for the MSRP of $175 plus installation from authorized dealerships, and will debut this spring. In addition, the solution can be retrofit to many model year 2005 vehicles.

Currently 16 carmakers offer iPod support. For a complete list see Apple’s iPod your car page.

This story, "Chrysler plans full iPod integration" was originally published by PCWorld.

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