For fans of American automakers, Chevy is set to bring Android Auto functionality to 14 models offered by the manufacturer, including the Corvette, Camaro, Spark, Malibu, and Tahoe.
Synced directly through Chevy’s own MyLink infotainment system, the 2016 models will also be compatible with Apple’s CarPlay, meaning families with differing platform users can all take advantage of the added benefits.
During an event in San Francisco this week, Chevy’s Dan Kinney, Director of User Experience stated, “We want to change the way people use their smartphones in their car by making sure drivers keep their hands on the wheel. Voice activation is a critical component here.”
For anyone who may be soon heading to the dealership in search of a new car, keep this in mind.
Via: USA Today
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