Connect favorite apps and navigation in a single integrated vehicle dashboard


For consumers

Experience next-generation in-vehicle infotainment that will engage and delight you

Access the apps you love

Buy food, get gas, make reservations with a few voice commands or taps on your car display.

Reach your destination with ease

Navigation that avoids traffic and gives you warnings in real-time.

Plan your trip

Find gas or charging along the way

Reserve parking so a spot is waiting upon arrival.

Stream audio and get help from voice assistants

Access music, podcasts and books from Spotify, Pandora, Alexa, and more.


Lane assist, intelligent speed limit warnings.

For carmakers

Create next-generation in-vehicle infotainment that engages and delights drivers

Build new recurring revenue streams with your connected vehicles

Increase aftermarket recurring revenue with a bundle of digital features that delight customers.

Create an engaging experience that captivate the driver and passengers.

Satisfy customers demands without forming a dependency on competitors who want to monetize your customers for themselves.

Create branded digital features that differentiate your vehicles.

Mapbox is flexible and extensible and lets you customize everything to create new experiences that differentiate your vehicles.

Customer stories

General Motors uses Mapbox Dash in their new Maps+ offering, a $29 per month subscription that gives drivers access to live navigation, music streaming, voice assistance, and more.

Toyota launched a groundbreaking new cloud-based infotainment system. For $5 per month, customers can access an exciting set of features.

The navigation system inside the new Rivian R1T and R1S electric vehicles is powered by Mapbox, enabling Rivian to create an experience that matches the adventurousness of the vehicles.

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