Satellite Streaming ’n’ Santa Sightings: GM Gives Gift of SiriusXM With 360L, NORAD Sleigh Tracking

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A selection of 2020 GM vehicles will now offer SiriusXM with 360L, which combines satellite radio with on-demand streaming content. According to Sirius, the select GM vehicles are: from Buick, the Enclave and Encore; the Cadillac XT4, XT5, XT6 and CT6; the Chevrolet Blazer, Traverse, Camaro, and Silverado 1500, 2500 and 3500; and the GMC Acadia and Sierra 1500, 2500 and 3500.

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GM will also offer customers the ability to update their list of “favorite” Sirius stations via each brand’s mobile app, and the choices will then sync to their car’s infotainment system. Doing so will require subscribing to a Remote Access Plan. The apps can also be used to check the status of the Sirius subscription — a three-month trial is included with equipped vehicles — and make subscription changes.

In other GM-related technology news, meanwhile, OnStar equipped Chevrolet vehicles will also be getting into the holiday spirit this year: Between 6 a.m. Eastern time Dec. 24 and 5 a.m. Christmas Day, pressing the OnStar button will enable users to request an update on the location of Santa Claus. Chevrolet will be using the data from the official North American Aerospace Defense Command Santa Tracker. Chevrolet and OnStar will also make a $1 donation to the American Red Cross for each push of the OnStar button during the Santa-tracking window.

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