The 'SiriusXM Commander Touch' System Was Unveiled at CES 2016

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jan 5, 2016
References: shop.siriusxm & prnewswire
The 'SiriusXM Commander Touch' is a standalone satellite radio that was just unveiled at CES 2016. While satellite radio is standard on most new vehicles, it is not accessible for those with older cars. Now SiriusXM had developed a standalone device that makes it easier for anyone to enjoy satellite radio.

SiriusXM Commander Touch is an aftermarket satellite radio that allows consumers to listen to SiriusXM directly through their vehicle's in-dash audio system. The standalone system features a touchscreen display that can be mounted anywhere in the vehicle. The hideaway tuner can then be installed behind the dashboard for seamless integration. The system can even be flush mounted to the dash for a more professional look. As SiriusXMS's Executive Vice President of Sales and Development Joe Verbrugge explains, "SiriusXM Commander Touch gives drivers who want SiriusXM in their vehicle an innovative solution for installation without replacing their vehicle's factory-installed radio."

The standalone radio system is the perfect solution for drivers who want to enjoy a premium listening experience in their vehicle.