OnStar Changes the Look of Its Buttons for 2013 Models
OnStar has announced that it is changing the look of its buttons in 2013 GM model cars. The previous hands-free calling button with a whitephone with a circle around it has been changed to the Voice Command button with the general speech icon. The emergency button that used to be white cross with a red circle around it has been changed to the internationally recognized SOS symbol with a red circle featuring the SOS letters.
The blue OnStar button has changed to use the new OnStar logo launched in 2010. OnStar also mentioned that the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro will get a special OnStar mirror that is frameless and has capacitive touch buttons in some models.
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