According to GM, prospects “increasingly expect seamless integration between the tech in their hands and the tech in their vehicle.” Soon, GM infotainment techniques will probably be powered by Android and have built-in Google Assistant. Google Maps will probably be embedded in the vehicles, and drivers will probably be in a position to obtain in-vehicle apps from the Google Play retailer. GM will nonetheless supply a few of its present infotainment options, like service suggestions and car well being standing.
As TechCrunch factors out, this goes past Android Auto. The new options will not be powered by a telephone, however as an alternative embedded instantly into the car. And whereas this partnership is an enormous deal for GM and Google, we’ll seemingly see Google Services arriving in extra vehicles thanks to Google Android Automotive OS, which is slated for the 2021 Polestar 2 and Volvo XC40.