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Chevrolet will bring Android Auto to select 2016 model vehicles beginning in March
Chevrolet announced it would bring Android Auto to 14 of its 2016 model vehicles back in May, and now it looks like the car company is finally giving us some more availability details. Chevrolet will roll out Android Auto compatibility via a software update to select vehicles in March 2016, starting with the vehicles equipped with an eight-inch MyLink system.
As previously noted, the list of vehicles that will get the Android Auto update include the 2016 Chevy Cruze, Malibu, Spark, Camaro, Silverado, Impala, Volt, Suburban, Colorado, Corvette and Tahoe lines. For a full list of compatible vehicles, check out the source link below for more information. We know that six months may be a long time to wait, especially if you purchased your new vehicle taking Android Auto compatibility into account. It’s still nice to see the car maker commit to this software update.
If you’d like a closer look as to how Google’s in-car system will be implemented on one of these vehicles, we recently got the chance to check out the 2016 Chevrolet Spark running Android Auto. Also, don’t miss our in-depth interview with Chevrolet regarding its Android Auto plans for the future.