Chrysler Offering Mobile TV on New Vehicles

Beginning in December, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge customers will have the option of adding a dealer-installed mobile television to their new car purchase.

Starting in late December, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge Car and Ram Truck customers may watch many of their favorite TV programs with a dealer-installed mobile TV option from Mopar. Chrysler Group LLC is the first automaker in the United States to offer live, mobile TV with up to 20 channels

Beginning in December, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge customers will have the option of adding a dealer-installed mobile television to their new car purchase. The Mopar option will run $629 plus installation, and will include a one-year subscription. After the year, the subscription will cost $9/month. Subscribers will get up to 20 channels of live TV via  FLO TV Auto Entertainment. Content will include professional sports, college sports, news and kid’s programs. Chrysler states that it is the first U.S. automaker to offer the live mobile TV option. It will be offered on 2008 to 2010 models with a factory-installed DVD player, including Chrysler Town & Country, Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Journey. Mopar will be displaying FLO TV at the SEMA show next week. [via egmCarTech]

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