HD Radio Makes News at 2012 Los Angeles Car Show

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Columbia, MD - Dec 6, 2012 - From the Los Angeles Auto Show, iBiquity Digital announced the addition of more vehicles, new features and the 29th automaker to offer HD Radio technology. Acura, Ford, Hyundai, Mazda, Mitsubishi and Subaru are among the manufacturers adding HD Radio to their vehicles.

■ Acura - The 2014 RLX will include HD Radio as a standard feature.
■ Ford - The 2014 Fiesta will have MyFord Touch and HD Radio.
■ Hyundai - The all-new three-row 2013 Santa Fe SUV will be the first Hyundai vehicle with the HD Radio iTunes tagging feature.
■ Mazda - New vehicles all will include HD Radio. The 2013 CX-9 is the first Mazda vehicle to come standard with HD Radio. The 2014 CX-5 and all-new Mazda6 will also be available with HD Radio.
■ Mitsubishi - The first automaker to integrate HD Radio to deliver real-time traffic information becomes the 29th automaker to include HD Radio audio features in the upcoming 2014 Outlander.
■ Subaru - HD Radio will be available on the 2014 Forester.

The 29 automakers that have publicly announced plans to incorporate HD Radio offer more than 150 models with more than 70 models featuring HD Radio receivers as standard equipment.

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