BMW has announced that starting in mid-2020, they’ll be offering Android Auto in their vehicles.
Ford has announced the version of their vehicle infotainment platform, called Sync 4.
Google has announced a visual overhaul to Android Auto.
Just like how movie franchises are being brought back to life with reboots and remakes, vehicle manufacturers are doing the same by bringing back discontinued models like the all-new Honda Passport.
Ford has announced a complete overhaul to their small SUV, the Escape.
When it comes to technology in cars, it can vary from fully decked out to somewhere in the middle with just the essentials to barely anything at all.
Google has announced what’s to come this year from the Google Assistant, the biggest being that it’ll be coming to smart displays (a la Echo Show) and more.
Whenever I’m driving, I’m usually either listening to podcasts via Pocket Casts or music I have downloaded in Spotify. And I’m usually using those apps with Google Maps via Android Auto. But there are some people who prefer to use Waze for directions because it uses traffic reports as inputted by other users.
Those Wazers may find themselves constantly switching between their preferred podcast or music app while they’re driving but it’s about to get a bit easier through a new partnership between Waze and Spotify.