Citroën C5 X
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Citroën C5 X

The in-vehicle navigation system that drivers have been waiting for

Most cars today come with in-dash navigation systems. However, most drivers still rely on smartphones or other devices to get from A to B.

What’s the secret to getting drivers to use in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) technology? Up-to-date tech that prioritizes convenience and safety — an approach that's embodied in the new Citroën C5 X, the latest outcome of Stellantis and TomTom's enduring partnership.

The new Citroën C5 X is the first Citroën model equipped with TomTom’s latest full-stack navigation solution. As the result of a deal announced in 2018, TomTom’s navigation software, maps and connected services will power Citroën’s all-new infotainment system – My Citroën Drive Plus.

The in-dash answer to drivers’ navigation needs

This platform ensures drivers don’t give up on the in-dash navigation. In fact, they can control it just using their voice. They needn’t make do with outdated maps either, as the C5 X allows automatic over-the-air (OTA) map updates.

Stressful driving scenarios like being stuck in traffic, hunting for parking spots and wondering what fuel costs on a given day can now be avoided using the C5 X’s cutting-edge live services. Not only are drivers made aware of the overall traffic situation, but they also know exactly where on the road they need to be at any point in their journey, thanks to lane-level and turn-by-turn guidance.

To streamline the driving experience even further, TomTom also provides its user interface on the Citroën C5 X’s 12-inch central touch screen and its new 3D digital cluster screen.

Citroën C5 X

We wanted to build an infotainment system that actually helped drivers instead of frustrating them — and, through our collaboration with Stellantis, we did just that. Equipped with TomTom’s latest full-stack navigation solution, the new Citroën C5 X is set to make driving more seamless at every turn.

Antoine Saucier
Managing Director, TomTom Automotive

Making driving easier and safer together

All this information is delivered with safety in mind, along with additional support from the C5 X’s Drive Assist 2.0 pack automated driving functions. Drivers can trust this technology — supported by TomTom’s Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Map — to adjust the speed to maintain a safe distance from the cars ahead of them.

Along with adaptive cruise control, they can also sit back and relax in potentially risky situations (such as driving around corners), since functions like anticipated speed recommendation and curve speed adaptation will optimize their speed accordingly.

With the new Citroën C5 X following in the tire tracks of the latest Peugeot 308, DS 4 and Opel Astra, TomTom and Stellantis are prioritizing convenience and safety, making it possible for drivers to feel one with their cars.

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