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Honda's 2016 Civic will come with support for Android Auto
Honda is no stranger to Android Auto, as the car manufacturer just recently announced its 2016 Accord would come equipped with Google’s automobile platform. Honda isn’t stopping there, though, as it has just revealed that both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay would be supported in the 2016 Civic. Just like the 2016 Accord, the new Civic will come with a built-in 7.0-inch high-definition Display Audio touchscreen, which will allow drivers to take advantage of either platform depending on what type of phone is plugged in.
Just like with any other vehicle running Android Auto, you’ll need a smartphone running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher. Once the setup process is complete, you can utilize features such as navigation with Google Maps, quick and easy access to your favorite music or podcasting applications, and even use your voice to quickly access Google Now.
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For more information on the 2016 Honda Civic, be sure to check out Honda’s announcement post at the source link below.