In China, the QorosQloud infotainment package comes with free 3G connectivity (Photo: Qoros)

Qoros Auto is set to unveil the second generation of its QorosQloud infotainment system at the Guangzhou auto show November 20.

The China-based car group said the launch of QorosQloud 2.0, which comes as standard with its car models, takes place less than a year after it unveiled the first version of the system.

Advanced connectivity is a core strategic pillar of the brand and the new QorosQloud will be easier to use and have new futures, the company said in a press release. "We strongly believe that customers today and tomorrow expect high quality connectivity options in every car," said Maurits Aalberse, director of connected services at Qoros Auto.

Qoros launched its first model, the Qoros 3 at the Geneva auto show in March 2013. A hatchback version of the model was unveiled in Geneva this past March.