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GROM VLine for Lexus


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4.33 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

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Upgrade Your In-Car Infotainment

Now you can get a connected car experience in your Lexus without needing to buy a brand new car! Integrating the latest in mobile technology straight into your factory navigation unit, allowing you to access Google Maps, Spotify, Web Radio, and more…

VLine is the smart computer that connects to the back of your Lexus (or Toyota) stereo and integrates into the car infotainment system and touch screen display. Once VLine is installed, you will use stereo touch screen to operate VLine. VLine is stand alone unit that does not require phone connectivity (except for mobile hot spot and Bluetooth A2DP streaming).

What can you do with VLine?

  • Play Music: Stream music from your phone via Bluetooth (A2DP), Web Radio, Spotify, Pandora, the choice is yours! Music is displayed on your screen and played through your car stereo.
  • Find Your Way: No need to pay to upgrade your factory navigation, use Google and Waze maps for navigation and real time traffic updates.
  • Voice Commands: Use voice control for navigation and music control, just tell your car where you’d like to go or what you’d like to listen to.
  • Google Play: Access the Google Play store and download whatever app you like.
  • Sound Quality: Connecting straight into your car stereo, the sound quality is crystal clear.
  • Fully Integrated: Seamless integration with your existing system, you keep all factory controls and features.

Lexus Compatibility

Your Lexus must have a navigation screen to be compatible with the VLine.

  • Lexus ES 350 2010-2012 (Navi)
  • Lexus ES 350 2007-2009 (Navi)
  • Lexus GS 300/430 2001-2005
  • Lexus GS 350/430/450H/460 2007-2009
  • Lexus GX 470 2003-2004
  • Lexus GX 470 2005-2006
  • Lexus GX 470 2007-2009
    Lexus IS 250/350/F 2006-2009 (Navi)
  • Lexus IS 250/350/F/C 2010-2012 (Navi)
  • Lexus LS 430 2004-2006
  • Lexus LS 460 2007-2009 (with Parking Assist only)
  • Lexus LS 600h 2008-2009 (with Parking Assist only)
  • Lexus LX 470 2001-2003
  • Lexus LX 470 2004-2007
  • Lexus LX 570 2008-2009
  • Lexus RX 300 2001-2003
  • Lexus RX 330/350/400H 2004-2006
  • Lexus RX 350/400H 2007-2009 (Navi)
  • Toyota Highlander 2004-2007
  • Toyota Landcruiser 2004-2007
  • Toyota Prius 2004-2005
  • Toyota Landcruiser 2001-2002
  • Toyota Landcruiser 2003-2003
  • Toyota Prius 2001-2003
  • Toyota Prius 2006-2009 (Navi)


Important Information

This product ships from overseas via FedEx, delivery is typically within 1-2 weeks.

Please note that due to it’s weight, this product is ineligible for any free shipping offers.

  1. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I purchased the Vline for my is250 as I really liked the idea of running a full Android system in the car, especially considering my factory satnav was not working, (just the satnav aspect everything else worked fine).

    I had some teething issues with the microphone and GPS not working, turns out the mic wasn’t fully plugged in (have to push it in hard) and the in-line plug for the GPS wasn’t connected properly (square plug that will plug in on any angle – ensure the clip is aligned). Once it was working GPS seemed to work well enough and voice search worked aswell – handy for finding a particular song whilst driving or to set addresses for the GPS.

    It is still a bit buggy and will have problems starting up occasionally and Bluetooth streaming can be a bit buggy aswell. Also I had a USB with 40gb of music loaded on and it would crash when constantly skipping through songs, I called my library down dramatically and it seems to work smoothly after that.

    I love that you can load up almost any Android app and paired with a wifi dongle the possibilities are immense. Being able to use a navigation app which you prefer (Waze, Google maps, HERE etc) is also great.

    Despite the bugs I’m still quite happy with the unit and has been a great addition to the car. GROM are constantly taking feedback and fixing issues so after time I have no doubt these bugs will be ironed out.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I wanted something that would give me iPod connectivity in my 2007 GS430, as it didn’t even come with an AUX port! I’ve only had it installed a few weeks and am loving the bluetooth audio streaming so far. Can’t wait to spend a bit more time on it and fully explore it’s potential.

    I originally wanted something that would mirror the screen of a smartphone or an iPod on the lexus screen, but I couldn’t find anyone that still made those anymore. This was, I think, a better overall choice.

    Default apps for music playing from USB or microSD work, but I could probably find better options on the google play store. For now, the bluetooth streaming is fine.

    It’s currently awaiting certification for it’s Apple Car Play, and the android equivalent functions, which will be another useful function.

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I got one of these after extensive research into options for my 2004 Prius. Cushie was excellent, with great communication about timing and delivery. I’m no expert in car audio, so it took me a couple of goes to get it all installed. Both GROM and Cushie were very helpful with hints and tips along the way (thanks, folks!).

    The unit initially had a firmware problem that led to persistent failed boot-ups. After battling for a while, GROM got me to flash a custom firmware. This didn’t quite work out so well. However, the GROM technical folks persisted (as did I), and the situtation was recoverable, with an improved firmware able to be installed using a manual sequence. The unit has been running very well since, with only a couple of hiccups over a couple of months.

    By way of an upgrade to the more than 10-year old Toyota stereo, the VLine is fantastic. It’s got everything you’d expect for a modern Android based unit. Also, it integrates excellently with the existing car infrastructure (steering wheel controls, touch screen, etc.). Especially helpful is the thought that has obviously gone into the design of the interface to accommodate the old-fashioned resistive touchscreen that my car still has – there are buttons and arrows for navigation so that there is no need to swipe (swiping works terribly on resistive touchscreens). This is an excellent level of attention to detail by GROM.

    Overall, I’m very happy with the purchase. However, it has been quite a bit of effort – the upgrade is not for the feint hearted. Feel free to get in touch if you’d like some advice or tips from me about the process and steps. Also, don’t be afraid to get in touch with the GROM technical folks in the US, as they’ve been supurb!

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