What was the name of the first commercial car radio?

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In 1930, Paul and Joseph Galvin together with William Lear developed the first car radio on the dashboard and called it "Motorola". The word "Motorola" meant "sound in motion". The first part pointed to the engine, the second part was the popular suffix "ola"
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