Renault has teamed up with Vivaldi, the first browser on Android Automotive OS, to have all their future cars installed with Vivaldi!
They will kick things off with Vivaldi by having their OpenR Link system for new Renault cars such as Megane E-Tech Electric and All-New Austral.
The browser will only be used when the car is parked to stop any unnecessary crashing and drivers that glide through pages on the web in their vehicle without the need to pick up their phones. This is the kind of traffic I could get used to!
Drivers can install the browser from OpenR Link, an infotainment system by Renault in their new Megane E-Tech Electric and All-New Austral, and future cars from the French manufacturer equipped with the OpenR Link system.
The Vivaldi CEO, Jon von Tetzchner said about this news.
The future of browsing in cars is exciting. We are thrilled to bring Vivaldi in the new Renault Megane E-Tech Electric, the All-Austral, and future vehicles with the OpenR Link system. This is a powerful example of how we want to give an intelligent browser to the automobility sector, providing the driver and passengers with a completely new in-car-connected browsing experience.
Vivaldi’s still has all the favorites in this car browser with features including a built-in ad blocker, tracking protection, a privacy-friendly translation tool, tabbed browsing, notes function, and encrypted sync functionality.
As Vivaldi keeps user privacy first, people can be assured that they can browse privately in Renault cars with the OpenR Link system with their data not being stored by the vehicle.
Where do I find Vivaldi on Renault Megane E-Tech Electric and All-New Austral?
The Vivaldi browser app will be available in the Renault Megane E-Tech Electric and All-New Austral in France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and the UK. Renault drivers can install the browser via the MY Renault app.
Vivaldi for Android Automotive OS will receive regular updates alongside its other supported platforms (Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android).