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Opus IVS Giotto update offers new advancements, elevates European support

“This is not just an ordinary update — it’s our most significant leap forward to date,” says Jay Horak, CTO of Opus IVS

Detroit—Opus IVS has announced the launch of Giotto software’s latest iteration, release 21.2, integrated into the DriveSafe and DrivePro Remote Unlimited products.

The newly enhanced Giotto release offers comprehensive support for MY23 vehicles, along with strides forward in Ford ADAS, Toyota, GM, and VAG capabilities, encompassing a wide array of new models and ADAS systems.

Users Experiencing the Power of Enhanced Coverage

The latest content update brings the entire MY23 range of Toyota/Lexus/Scion within reach, complemented by additional model support for the Audi e-Tron GT.

Opus IVS also introduces features such as sensor auto detection speed and network test communications on CAN-29 bit modules for VW/Audi. Ford content enhancements include the F-250/350, 6.7L MY23 support and the Lane Change Warning system test for the X1 chassis. Additionally, the Porsche 992 now benefits from 3.8L support, and all Land Rover vehicles offers integration of Active Commands for DoIP.

“This is not just an ordinary update — it’s our most significant leap forward to date,” said Jay Horak, CTO of Opus IVS. “We derive our priorities directly from real-world insights, ensuring our customers receive unparalleled vehicle coverage for collision and mechanical repairs. By providing full model year ’23 coverage, we place ourselves as the sole provider in the industry of this level of content in a diagnostic platform.

“This cutting-edge content is seamlessly integrated with CCC One, maximizing efficiency in the collision repair environment. You have the freedom to choose the scanning method that best suits your repair needs, whether it’s OEM scanning or leveraging our exceptional multi-brand capabilities. This is a testament to our unwavering commitment to deliver the utmost value and high-tech solutions to the vehicle repair industry.”

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