Toyota Touch 2 is our advanced multimedia system and offers a rear-view camera, touchscreen control of the entertainment system plus access to your hands-free phone.
Touch 2 with Go adds satellite-navigation, a host of online connected services and a vast array of fantastic Toyota applications. Touch 2 with Go Plus adds voice control.
In this post we’ll take a look at how to use the Touch 2 with Go sat-nav in your Toyota and some of its additional features. It’s also possible to send journey details to your in-car navigation from the MyToyota online customer portal – to find out more about this, read our introduction to MyToyota.
The following video explains the process and we’ve also prepared step-by-step instructions below.
Start by pressing the system ‘NAVIGATION’ button.
Then press ‘ROUTE OPTIONS’, where you can choose to show route alternatives on your maps. You’ll only have to do this once.
Now return to the Navigation main screen and press ‘ENTER DESTINATION’.
Enter the relevant address or postcode, then ask the system to calculate the route.
Your device will offer you three route alternatives – Fast, Short and Ecological.
You also have the option of avoiding motorways, tolls, tunnels and ferries.
You can also change map modes between the normal map and the traffic map.
Touch 2 with Go Plus enables 3D mapping.
For more information on traffic services please see our post “How To Use Toyota Real Time Traffic”.
The icon in the bottom corner of the screen will access further information and map options.
Press the ‘POIs’ button to see all the different points of interest on your route, including destinations for eating, shopping and entertainment.
Touch 2 with Go can also access destinations in your phonebook contacts as well as destinations sent from Google or TomTom maps if your phone is paired with your device.
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