Once Android 11 rolls out, the list of phones that can use wireless Android Auto will grow considerably. Google has updated Android Auto’s FAQ page (as spotted by 9to5Google) to add that almost all devices installed with the upcoming mobile OS will get the capability to connect to compatible in-car entertainment systems without a wire. The updated page also notes that your phone must support 5GHz WiFi for wireless connection to work.
The interface gets a complete overhaul.
No mention of Android Auto.
Plus, the Tundra TRD Pro is now available as a double cab.
Mercedes-Benz joins BMW with a 'downloadable content' model.
2014 and newer cars equipped with Mazda Connect are eligible.
It's also an option on select 2019 Jaguar and Land Rover models
Each trim also gets a few new goodies.
Not Android Auto — Android Automotive, the OS starting with Audi, Volvo
Here's a quick checklist of infotainment functions to test and questions to ask when new-car shopping.
One of the great things about technology is – with the exception of Apple products – consumers get more for their money every year. For example, the first 1GB USB drive I bought in 2005 cost me $30. Today you can get 10 for that price, delivered to your door thanks to Amazon. The same goes for car tech.
JVCKenwood was a tad premature in announcing head units with wireless Android Auto given that phones weren't officially ready for it, but that support is finally here... more or less. Google has enabled cord-free Android Auto in vehicles that have an Android Auto Wireless-compatible infotainment system (buil
Next you fire up Android Auto, you'll have the option to stream your Plex music library.
No touchscreen, no Android Auto.