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This Eclipse Cross looks like it'll be filled with some great and useful features.

Apple CarPlay
ACC (adaptive cruise control)
Touch controller for the infotainment system
Voice Control
Retractable HUD (Heads up display)
Lane departure assist
Blindspot warning


 

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But which of these features will come as standard? If the Eclipse came with them all, then it'll be very competitive price wise in a segment where everything is an add on.
 

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What ever they do, I hope the system won`t be too limiting while the vehicle is in motion. Some already have certain functions disabled that does a bit more harm than good, of course good for safety.

Has anyone here used carplay in the new 2017 Lancer?
 

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So Mitsubishi is launching their Mitsubishi Connect in the new 2018 Eclipse Cross. It's a subscription based service that, according to The Torque Report, includes " Automatic Collision Notification, SOS Emergency Assistance, Information Assistance, Roadside Assistance, Stolen Vehicle Assistance, Alarm Notification and Mileage Tracker. The Remote services package include Remote Climate Control, Remote Door Lock/Unlock, Remote Horn, Remote Lights, Car Finder, Vehicle Settings, and Parental Controls."
 

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So Mitsubishi is launching their Mitsubishi Connect in the new 2018 Eclipse Cross. It's a subscription based service that, according to The Torque Report, includes " Automatic Collision Notification, SOS Emergency Assistance, Information Assistance, Roadside Assistance, Stolen Vehicle Assistance, Alarm Notification and Mileage Tracker. The Remote services package include Remote Climate Control, Remote Door Lock/Unlock, Remote Horn, Remote Lights, Car Finder, Vehicle Settings, and Parental Controls."
All that self driving like tech will be nice but i hope most people know it won't be all crazy as its hyped up to be. Tesla's were a good example of this, most thought they were completely hands off but that's not really the case.a
 

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Mitsubishi Connect isn't a drive assist system, it's kind of like CAA where they can help you in times of need with towing, locked out of car, etc.
 
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