what3words-enabled Products

Explore the full range of products and integrations built by what3words and our partners. See if your favourite products are what3words-enabled!

  • mercedes benz logo


    Mercedes-Benz drivers with the built-in MBUX infotainment system can now enter a 3 word address by text entry or voice, to get directions to any precise 3m x 3m location in the world.

  • Mitsubishi Motors

    Mitsubishi Motors has integrated what3words into its 2020 Eclipse Cross, enabling drivers to enter three words to set any precise destination, even offline.

  • ford logo

    Ford AppLink

    Ford drivers can now use what3words to enter precise destinations by connecting the free what3words app to their vehicle via their SYNC 3 infotainment platform.

  • Lamborghini

    Lamborghini has integrated what3words into the head unit of its cars so drivers can navigate to precise locations.

  • Tata Motors

    In a first for the Indian automotive industry, Tata drivers will soon be able to enter a 3 word address by voice or text input, and then navigate to that precise location.

  • Here Technologies

    HERE has built what3words into its in-car navigation offering so its OEM customers can easily add what3words to new and existing vehicles.

  • Triumph logo


    Triumph is the first motorcycle manufacturer in the world to feature what3words. Its riders can now find and navigate to any precise location in the world using just three words.

  • Volta Trucks

    This EV manufacturer has integrated what3words into its vehicles so drivers can navigate to precise locations.

  • Lotus

    Lotus, part of Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, is bringing what3words in-car navigation to all its vehicles from 2022.

  • TomTom

    Automakers that use TomTom can request what3words to be enabled in their navigation systems.

  • Lotus Drivers

    Lotus Evija drivers can navigate to what3words addresses and find charging points on the in-app map with just 3 words.

  • TVS Connected

    Motorists with a TVS motorcycle can use what3words in the TVS app to get turn-by-turn navigation to a what3words address.

  • Wikiroutes

    This public transportation database lets customers enter start points and destinations with what3words.

  • Aptiv

    This automotive connected solutions supplier uses what3words for text and voice entry.

  • Ekoru

    This search engine accepts what3words addresses, displaying the locations using Bing Maps. Every search raises money for good causes.

  • MercedesMe logo

    Mercedes Me

    Users of the Mercedes Me app can now use Amazon Alexa to send a 3 word address to their car.

  • Micware

    This OEM navigation and map supplier has integrated with what3words so its customers can procure the tech directly.

  • NNG - iGO

    This automotive software provider has integrated what3words, allowing automakers to offer it as an optional in-car navigation feature.

  • Mapbox Dash

    Clients of Mapbox’s automotive navigation platform can get directions straight to what3words addresses.

  • Cerence logo


    The combination of Cerence and what3words technology offers an average 95%+ accuracy for speech recognition in many major languages/dialects.

  • Soundhound

    US speech recognition company Soundhound now supports what3words as an address format for certain clients.

  • Nextbase app


    The world’s leading manufacturer of Dash Cams has added what3words to their latest model. In an emergency, drivers are provided with a what3words address so they can send it to participating emergency services.

  • Cab9

    Cab9 has integrated what3words into its taxi dispatch software, enabling call operators to locate precise pick-up locations.

  • LocalTo.Me

    Users can view the what3words address for their current location, then see nearby restaurants, supermarkets, banking and more.

  • mor logo


    To improve the in-car navigation experience, Mor.AI has integrated what3words into its advanced speech and LBS (location based services) recognition solution.

  • Pachira logo


    Chinese Tier 1 auto supplier Pachira has integrated what3words into its advanced speech technology solutions to improve the in-car user-experience when entering addresses by voice.

  • shenetics logo


    SHEnetics has integrated what3words to enable its customers to build it into their vehicles. It means that drivers can simply say three words to navigate without taking their hands off the wheel.

  • Cloud Car logo


    CloudCar provides a cloud-based infotainment platform to OEMs. It offers what3words navigation to customers so that drivers can enter three words to navigate to any precise destination.