TomTom, a supplier of location and navigation products, has expanded its latest map and enhancement product to cover an additional 600,000km of roadways.

The company has introduced a MultiNet map in Vietnam, providing coverage to 272,000km of roads, while in Cyprus it has launched its ConnectPlus map, adding more than 9,000km of roads.

Charles Cautley, TomTom Automotive & Licensing managing director, said: "Further growth in the Latin America and APAC regions, as well as the addition of coverage in new geographies, demonstrates TomTom’s commitment to providing customers with a map that meets all of their location needs.

"Through a hybrid approach, using both community input and traditional sources, TomTom produces the freshest and most accurate map that meets or exceeds the demands of customers in the automotive, enterprise and government markets."

ConnectPlus map is also available in the African countries of Burundi, Rwanda and Tunisia, adding in excess of 130,000km roads to the TomTom portfolio.

The company has included 80,000km roads in Mexico, while in Brazil 35 cities in the states of Parana, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro its services have been upgraded for navigable coverage.

In addition, the company has added or realigned 55,000km of road networks in Western Europe, which included the updating of street names and the verification of speed limits.

The map of India provided by TomTom now covers 100% of the urban population in the country, while in Saudi Arabia the company has added 12,000km.

Following the geographic expansion, the TomTom map now provides navigable coverage for 35.8 million kilometres of roads, covering 109 countries with combined populations of 3.6 billion people around the world.