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Nokia and Renault offer the latest for Brazilian auto buyers


Nokia N95, Nokia Maps and accessories included in special edition automobile

Espoo, Finland - Renault Brazil and Nokia Brazil have joined forces to offer technology-savvy Brazilians an automobile that combines modern design with the most advanced mobile technology available today. The special edition Sandero Nokia will be the first Renault model produced in Brazil to come equipped with Nokia’s complete mobility solution, including device, services & software and original accessories. The package includes the flagship multimedia computer, the Nokia N95, with an integrated Global Positioning System (GPS), pre-loaded Nokia Maps service, Bluetooth connection and a wide range of media solutions as well as music player, large screen and high-end camera. It also brings the Nokia LD-3W GPS module and is integrated with the Nokia CK-20W, an automobile accessories kit.

Sandero Nokia is the first compact vehicle in the Brazilian market to come factory-equipped with GPS. Created from the most inclusive version of Sandero’s family of automobiles, Privilège 1.6 16V Hi-Flex, the special series Sandero Nokia has a suggested retail price including shipping of EUR 17,650. Only 1,000 units will be manufactured.

“This car will appeal to a target audience of young, energetic males who want the industry-leading mobile technology of Nokia combined with the quality of a Renault Sandero,” said Rodrigo Link, Manager, Enhancements Sales, Nokia Brazil. “This marks the next generation of mobile connectivity.”

Some of the key features of the Sandero Nokia include an audio streaming function that enables the driver to listen to music stored on his Nokia N95 through Sandero Nokia’s speakers via a wireless connection; access to maps of the main cities in Brazil that are already included in the memory; and a Bluetooth System for telephone calls which allows drivers to utilize a microphone inserted into the upper part of Sandero Nokia’s windshield and to listen to calls through the vehicle’s audio system.


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