TomTom said it would provide Maserati with maps, navigation software and connected services for the Intelligent Assistant (MIA) infotainment system.

Some models will have the system by October, with other models to follow in 2021. 

MIA includes the full array of TomTom traffic and connected navigation services including EV showing charging points and availability for electrified models due in 2021.

Dynamic range mapping will help drivers visualise the vehicle's range by displaying how far they can drive on a map. If the car's battery or fuel is insufficient to make it to the selected destination, the driver will be prompted via an onscreen warning to navigate towards a charging point or fuel station. The driver will be provided with a cost comparison of available recharging /refueling stations that are within range. 

Destination prediction is also a new feature that enables the system to learn when it is time to prompt the driver with guidance towards one of the user's favorite places. 

The integrated product will be displayed on both centre console and cluster screens, with user interface customisable to the driver's personal preferences.

The MIA system can project moving lane and turn-by-turn guidance, as well as speed camera, traffic and hazard warnings to the vehicle's cluster screen, reducing lateral head movement.