Adding the driver's convenience package ($1510 extra in LE Plus and Premium models) will give you Entune Premium Audio, which includes the navigation and app suite (which has Facebook, Yelp, and Pandora). The steering wheel also puts advanced audio controls and Entune voice recognition at your fingertips.
The system pairs with your smartphone via Bluetooth and uses its data connection to power the various apps. The display is a 6.1-inch touchscreen, and it lags ever so slightly, but built-in car tech will always lag behind the user experience we've come to expect from our tablets and smartphones.
The best feature is the ECO navigation dashboard, which measure current miles per gallon based on your driving personality and shows the average speed, elapsed driving time, and fuel range over time.
High tech offerings like USB 2.0, Bluetooth connectivity, and auxiliary ports now come standard in the entry-level Toyota line.