| || ||Thread Tools||Search this Thread|
|17th May 2017, 12:31||#1|
Senior - BHPian
Join Date: Jun 2012
Thanked: 7,546 Times
Volvo partners with Google for Android infotainment system
Volvo has announced a partnership with Google to develop an Android-based infotainment system for its upcoming range of cars. This infotainment system will completely be based on the Android operating system. As a result, it will not require to be connected to a smartphone for using various apps and services offered by the Google OS, unlike the current Android Auto functionality.
The said infotainment system will have an array of apps and services, developed by Volvo, Google or even a third-party company. This will help in offering the Android experience to car owners, without the need to connect a smartphone. Volvo claims that it will start using the new infotainment system in its new models within the next two years.
The new infotainment system will also offer Apple CarPlay connectivity. Further details about the partnership are expected to be announced at Google's I/O conference.
Link to Team-BHP News
Last edited by dZired : 17th May 2017 at 12:37.
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Rumour: Chevrolet Cruze to get MyLink infotainment system in October||Aditya||The Indian Car Scene||5||10th August 2015 16:05|
|Rumour: More Maruti cars to get SmartPlay infotainment system||Aditya||The Indian Car Scene||2||14th April 2015 15:18|
|MIB based Infotainment System - Future of ICE||ajaypjayaraj||In-Car Entertainment||0||10th April 2015 08:42|
|Coming up! Mahindra XUV500 Xclusive ed (sunroof, electric seat, new infotainment system)||Aditya||The Indian Car Scene||33||13th March 2015 23:14|