2018 Chevrolet Colorado
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Apple CarPlay is a popular feature that allows you to link your smartphone with your vehicle and use select apps on the car’s infotainment system. Each year, more automotive brands adopt the technology and/or make it available in additional models.

According to Apple, CarPlay is a “smarter, safer way to use your iPhone in the car.” You can use the technology for navigation, messaging, and music, among other convenient features, without having to take your eyes off the road. For more information, read What Is Apple CarPlay?

Apple provides a website that attempts to keep track of vehicles that offer CarPlay. However, with new 2018 models arriving regularly, it’s not necessarily up to date. Additionally, it’s a global list, which includes brands and vehicles that don’t exist on our shores. For these reasons, it’s difficult to determine whether or not your future vehicle has the service enabled. We’ve done the research for you to provide a comprehensive and accurate list of all 2018 models with Apple CarPlay, including models that have yet to arrive at dealerships.

Most major automakers offer at least a few models with Apple CarPlay, and some have the feature available in nearly every car in their lineup, including Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Volkswagen, and others. Still others, like Nissan, Infiniti, and Jeep, are just beginning to adopt the technology.

There are some automakers that don’t offer Apple CarPlay on any models. Brands like Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda, Toyota, and Lexus use their own technology or other third-party services instead of CarPlay.

Keep in mind that certain models in this slideshow may come standard with Apple CarPlay, while others only have the service on select trims or as part a package that costs extra. This list does not include cars that we don’t cover at U.S. News.

If you’re interested in seeing a list of cars with Android Auto, click here.

Acura

MDX
NSX
TLX

Alfa Romeo

Giulia
Stelvio

Audi

A3
A4
Allroad
A5
A6
A7
Q5
Q7
R8
TT

BMW

2 Series
3 Series
4 Series
5 Series
6 Series
7 Series
X3
X4
X5
X6

Buick

Enclave
Encore
Envision
LaCrosse
Regal

Cadillac

ATS
CT6
CTS
Escalade
XT5
XTS

Chevrolet

Bolt EV
Camaro
Colorado
Corvette
Cruze
Equinox
Impala
Malibu
Silverado
Sonic
Spark
Suburban
Tahoe
Traverse
Trax
Volt

Chrysler

300
Pacifica

Dodge

Challenger
Charger
Durango

FIAT

500L
500X

Ford

C-Max
EcoSport
Edge
Escape
Expedition
Explorer
F-150
Fiesta
Flex
Focus
Fusion
Mustang
Taurus

Genesis

G80

GMC

Acadia
Canyon
Sierra 1500
Terrain
Yukon

Honda

Accord
Civic
CR-V
Fit
Odyssey
Pilot
Ridgeline

Hyundai

Azera
Elantra
Ioniq
Kona
Santa Fe
Sonata
Tucson

Jeep

Compass
Grand Cherokee
Wrangler

Kia

Cadenza
Forte
Niro
Optima
Rio
Sedona
Sorento
Soul
Sportage
Stinger

Lincoln

Continental
MKC
MKT
MKX
MKZ
Navigator

Maserati

Levante

Mercedes-Benz

C-Class
CLA
CLS
E-Class
GLA
GLC
GLE
GLS
S-Class
SL
SLC

Mini

Clubman
Countryman

Mitsubishi

Mirage
Outlander

Nissan

Altima
Maxima
Murano
Leaf

Porsche

718 Boxster
718 Cayman
911
Cayenne
Cayenne Hybrid
Macan
Panamera

Ram

1500

Subaru

Crosstrek
Impreza
Legacy
Outback

Volkswagen

Atlas
Beetle
Golf
Jetta
Passat
Tiguan

Volvo

S90
V90
XC60
XC90

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