Isuzu trucks using HERE Navigation

Isuzu is introducing navigation technology to improve its latest heavy vehicle models

Isuzu trucks using HERE Navigation
Isuzu is using new navigation technology in its 2022 models

Heavy vehicle providers Isuzu Trucks says it is now using HERE Navigation in its latest 2022 models to help optimise its fleet operations.

The connected in-vehicle navigation system is designed for embedded in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) platforms and will be used in Isuzu’s latest 2022 model year F Series, FX Series and FY series trucks sold in Australia.

As part of a wide range of safety features and enhancements being introduced to the heavy vehicle brand, Isuzu says HERE Navigation will provide a total package of in-cabin help.

"We’ve introduced a new navigation system from HERE Navigation with smart updates for maps, live traffic with a mobile phone wifi connection and the requisite truck specific data and routing," Isuzu Trucks chief engineer Simon Humphries says.

"Drivers will appreciate the array of features from this major in-cab upgrade – this really is the latest in automotive AV technology.

"The inclusion of a new, digital low-light capable reversing camera furthers the smarts and safety of these models."

The release of these new 2022 Isuzu F Series trucks includes plenty of other technologies and advanced safety features which will work to improve operator and ownership experience across all models.

Inside the cabin is an all-new 10.1-inch touch-screen audio-visual unit and a new vehicle six-year warranty and roadside package.

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Advanced safety features include advanced emergency braking, forward collision warning, distance warning system and lane departure warning technology.

These models will also receive electronic stability control, while new LED headlamps for certain models will improve night-time operation while adding new steering wheel controls to provide the highest level of safety.


"The Isuzu F Series 2022 model year release offers even more for medium-duty truck operators, from improved owner and driver experience to even greater application suitability," Isuzu national sales manager Les Spaltman says.

"In planning this model release, we’ve looked at how our customers are using their medium-duty trucks and we’ve targeted our updates at the key market requirements."

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