Chrysler to use Jvis wireless charging systems on 3 vehicles
The Dodge Dart will be the first of three Chrysler Group vehicles to get Jvis' wireless charging system for smartphones and other electronics.
DETROIT -- Jvis USA LLC will supply its in-vehicle wireless charging for consumer electronics to three Chrysler Group models as part of the automaker's Mopar division.
The 2013 Dodge Dart will be the first vehicle to offer Jvis' station. The two other vehicles have not been announced.
The in-vehicle charging station is capable of charging the iPhone, Android and Blackberry smartphones as well as some MP3 players.
Jvis' station charges the device when it comes into contact with the charger, which will be in the center stack area of the vehicle.
A phone case is required and included in the $199.99 option.
Jvis, based in suburban Detroit, employs more than 1,000 at its 18 locations in five countries. The interiors supplier has four Michigan locations: a warehouse in Shelby Township, a tool and die shop in Sterling Heights and plants in Clinton Township and Benton Harbor.