1. Bluetooth is a short-distance, high-speed wireless data communication system that uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band prescribed by the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group).

    2. This system enables drivers to place or receive phone calls using a cellular phone without releasing their hands from the steering wheel.

    3. This system can be operated by touching icons indicated on the multi display.

    Calling with Bluetooth Phone By Dial
    By Phonebook ○ (1000 Items)
    By Call History Dialed Numberv ○ (10 Items)
    Received Call ○ (10 Items)
    Missed Call ○ (10 Items)
    All Call History ○ (30 Items)
    By Speed Dial ○ (18 Items)
    By Voice Recognition Dialing by Name
    Dialing by Phone Number
    By Point Of Interest (POI) Call
    By Short Message Service (SMS)/Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)/E-mail
    Receiving with Bluetooth Phone/Talking on Bluetooth Phone Receiving Call Received Manually
    Received Refusal
    Interrupt Call
    Tone Sending By Dial
    By Registered Number
    Receiving and Replying to Messages with Bluetooth Phone Receiving Message
    Replying (Quick Reply)
    Recognition/ Connection Registering Bluetooth Phone ○ (5 Bluetooth Phones)
    Connecting Bluetooth Phone Connected Automatically
    Connected Manually
    Setting Setting Automatic Connection
    ○: Available
    Bluetooth Specification Version 1.1 or higher Required
    Version 2.1 + EDR Recommended
    Profile Hands-free Profile (HFP) Version 1.0 or higher Required
    Hands-free Profile (HFP) Version 1.5 Recommended
    DUN (Dial-up Networking Profile) Version 1.1* Recommended
    Object Push Profile (OPP) Version 1.1 Recommended
    Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) Version 1.0 Recommended
    Message Access Profile (MAP) Version 1.0* Recommended
    *: Models for Europe