Abarth & TomTom

Abarth & TomTom

TomTom has announced a partnership with Abarth, delivering integrated navigation to the sports car brand of the Fiat Group.

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Through this partnership, drivers of the Abarth 500 and Abarth Punto can enjoy connected navigation through a Blue&Me TomTom LIVE device, which they say offers a stress-free navigation experience with access to TomTom's real-time traffic product, HD Traffic, saving both time and money.

The Blue&Me TomTom LIVE device also features a special cradle mount that integrates into the car's dashboard system, allowing the driver to control their phone, navigation and car information with one touch.

"With a connected navigation offering from TomTom, Abarth drivers will not only have a car that is designed to thrill, but also a navigation system that will safely lead them to their destination along the fastest route," said Charles Cautley, Managing Director of TomTom Automotive.

"We are excited to be part of the high end experience that Abarth customers expect."


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