If you want Android Auto with your next new vehicle, you have more options than ever. Smartphone integration is becoming a must-have feature for many car shoppers, and manufacturers who include these systems as part of the brand’s infotainment suite gain a competitive edge.
Android Auto is one of two such systems. It is usually offered alongside its rival, Apple CarPlay. However, there are some manufacturers who only offer Apple CarPlay, such as BMW, Mini, Nissan, and Porsche. There are some automakers that don’t offer either system in any of their models. Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda, Toyota, and Lexus use their own technology or other third-party services instead of Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.
As more car manufacturers partner up to offer one or both of these systems, it can get hard to keep track of who’s offering what. The following list highlights the models with Android Auto in each manufacturer’s 2018 lineup. Keep in mind that some of these models come standard with Android Auto, while others have it as an option.
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