Infotainment for a new generation: enhanced Porsche Communication Management (PCM) including navigation module with real-time traffic information is your control centre for audio, navigation and communication functions – and it’s standard in every model.
PCM is operated by means of the new 7-inch multi-touchscreen or by voice control. Alternatively, you can use the conventional rotary pushbutton controls. In response to hand movement, an integral proximity sensor activates the screen to display the relevant menu contents, which you can then operate easily using multi-touch gestures. With its high-quality glass surface, PCM is the aesthetically perfect addition to the centre console.
Equally user-friendly is the new navigation system – offering real-time traffic data. Based on this information, roads in map view are highlighted green, yellow or red, depending on volume of traffic. In addition, the traffic information is continuously updated and, thanks to dynamic route guidance, your journey is adapted accordingly.
Infotainment begins the moment you connect and charge your iPhone® or hook up any other audio source of your choice. Simply use the iPhone® interface in the centre console, or the universal audio interface or AUX input in the glove compartment.
Your iPhone® or USB stick can be operated conveniently via PCM, the steering wheel if specified with optional multifunction controls, or by voice control. What’s more, the USB connection enables you to download data from the performance display of the optional Sport Chrono Package or from the optional electronic logbook.
For your personal music collection, the CD/DVD drive is supplemented by an internal hard drive (‘jukebox’) and two SD card readers. Once you have inserted a card containing your audio files, you can play them using the music player in PCM.
With mobile phone preparation, a Bluetooth® connection can be established automatically with mobile phones that support the Handsfree Profile (HFP), so you can leave your mobile phone tucked away. PCM enables you to operate the phone’s basic functions. The GSM connection is always established through the aerial of the mobile phone.