As more and more automobile manufacturers have been announcing their newest Android Auto-equipped vehicles, it’s becoming easier than ever to find the right connected vehicle for you. If you’ve been thinking of purchasing a car with Android Auto built-in, Chevrolet may be a good option for you. The car company has just announced that 14 of its 2016 model year cars will come equipped with Android Auto. The list of supported cars include the 2016 Chevy Cruze, Malibu, Camaro, Silverado, Impala, Volt, Suburban, Colorado and Tahoe lines.
The car company is also making Android Auto in these vehicles available wherever Android Auto is supported, which means this news isn’t just for the U.S. folks out there. All of these vehicles will either ship with or receive an update containing the system in the future. And remember that there’s now backwards compatibility here, so you’ll have to purchase a 2016 model if you want Android Auto built in.
If you’re not too keen on Chevrolet vehicles, Hyundai just recently announced that its 2015 Sonata will come with Android Auto as well.