Garmin® expands its automotive segment with ConnectedCAM Citroën™ on the new C3

Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), today
announced a partnership with the Citroën brand that brings the Garmin
Intelligent Driving Video Recorder (IDVR) into the new Citroën C3. The
car model officially launched during the 2016 Paris Motor Show.

“We are delighted to launch a world premiere with PSA Group that brings
our camera expertise to their customers via an integrated system that is
feature-packed and easy to use,” said Marc Douay, Garmin account
director for automotive OEM. “This growing partnership is a testament to
the reliability and quality of our camera solutions which further
enhance our automotive portfolio and Garmin tier one positioning.”

The IDVR (ConnectedCAM Citroën) technology arrives factory-installed and
fully integrated on new C3 rear-view mirrors to record what drivers see
through the vehicle’s windscreen. The system is Wi-Fi®
connected to a dedicated application available for both Apple®
and Android services. This full HD connected camera offers a
wide 120° angle, a GPS, and an internal memory of 16 GB to
store photos and videos.

ConnectedCAM Citroën is a camera that allows drivers to immediately
record, store, and share photos and videos from a trip. This
sophisticated IDVR enriches the driving experience with 3 main focal

  • Stay connected: With a simple press of a button, photos will be taken
    and shared safely and automatically (if the application is set up
    accordingly) through social networks like Facebook, Twitter and
  • Peace of mind: The camera records and stores what happens in front of
    users to provide valuable information in the event of an incident.
    Moreover, in the event that an impact is detected, recording is
    automatically activated (saves 30 seconds before and one minute after)
    in a dedicated memory slot, which can be accessed using the
    ConnectedCAM Citroën application.
  • Find my car: The ConnectedCAM Citroën application can also geolocate a
    vehicle and store the position for drivers to easily find their

Garmin will showcase its IDVR technology in the Garmin booth (South Hall
#35711) during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Jan.

For decades, Garmin has pioneered new GPS navigation and wireless
devices and applications that are designed for people who live an active
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About the Citroën brand: Citroën is an international automotive
brand with a full-line core range. Founded in 1919, Citroën has made its
mark through its bold, optimistic and creative approach to automotive
design. These values are harnessed in the pursuit of customer wellbeing,
with fresh solutions to the questions arising in each era. Today,
Citroën is reinventing itself with models placing the emphasis on
design, comfort and intelligent technology, and with a smooth,
transparent customer experience, illustrated by the online review site
Citroën Advisor. With 10,000 customer contact points in more than 90
countries, Citroën sold nearly 1.2 million vehicles in 2015. The brand
has also claimed eight Manufacturers’ titles in the WRC and claimed its
third Manufacturers’ title in the WTCC in 2015 (pending official
publication by the FIA).

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for Garmin International Inc. Cesar Palacios913-397-8200 [email protected] or for Citroën Benjamin DemozayTel.: +331 58 79 73 51 – + 33 (0) 6 17 69 91 43 [email protected] orMarion Le RenardTel.: + 331 58 79 73 67 – + 33 (0) 6 30 09 66 62 [email protected] For all your Citroën press contacts, see: