Add a large screen to your Tacoma with the iLX-F309TCM, a 9" in-dash system for the 2016-up 4-Door Toyota Tacoma. It consists of the iLX-F309 Alpine Halo9 audio/video system with 9" capacitive touch screen and matching dash kit for the 2016-up 4-door Toyota Tacoma. The iLX-F309TCM is mech-less (no CD/DVD slot) but still has plenty of entertainment options. The iLX-F309TCM is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for access to music, maps, calls and messages. Control your information through the touch screen or voice commands. Apple CarPlay is compatible with iPhone 5 and later (iPhone must be connected via Apple lightning cable). Android Auto requires both a USB cable and Bluetooth connection, an Android phone running 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher, and the Android Auto app. Enjoy a variety of apps through Android Auto, including driving directions from Google Maps with satellite view and Waze. Other entertainment sources include AM/FM, HD Radio, an HDMI input, and Bluetooth wireless technology. The system comes with all the accessories, harnesses and adapters needed to add the 9" Alpine Halo9 to your truck. The main chassis is pre-assembled to the Tacoma dash kit, so you don't need to buy a separate dash kit. Install the 9" screen to the brackets on the chassis, which are pre-positioned at the optimal viewing angle, height, and depth for your Tacoma. The iLX-F309TCM comes with an iDatalink Maestro module to retain features like the vehicle cluster sub-display and steering wheel controls. Other information such as tire pressure readings, open door alerts, and vehicle vitals are also viewable on the large screen. The iDatalink Maestro module is pre-programmed for the Tacoma, so you don't need to configure the module to your truck before installing it.
Would I still be able to utilize my wifi connection in my Tacoma as part of the feature of a tacoma?
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All of their products can be connected to Wi-Fi using mobile hotspot or any other source of Wi-Fi available by the you.
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I have a Toyota Tacoma 2016 and it came with GPS. If I install this radio, Can I continue using my regular GPS? Do I see it in the middle of the dashboard as usual?
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I have a 17 and I lost the GPS, The new thing is Apple car play, I like it better than regular GPS also if you download google maps you get a real picture navigation, makes your inside dash look great.
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