Most 2016 Volkswagen cars can avoid crashes and talk to your phone

30 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

First Volkswagen Cars With CarPlay Support Arriving at Dealerships.

Android Auto allows users to use supported driver-friendly apps and organizes contextual information into “cards” that appear on the overview screen when needed. The Golf R is the first model to pick up Volkswagen’s latest infotainment system — which includes Android Auto on board — but the company says the rest of its 2016 lineup will carry support for Google’s connected car system as well. Drivers can get directions, send and receive messages, and listen to audiobooks or music, all controlled through the vehicle’s touchscreen, steering wheel buttons, or by Siri, Volkswagen said in a statement.

Volkswagen is now on board as they get ready to release the first vehicles using their MIB II system, which incorporates Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink. From Volkswagen: The all-new infotainment system not only creates the foundation for the next generation of Volkswagen’s Car-Net connected vehicle services platform, but also offers one of the most comprehensive suites of connected vehicle services and features available in the automotive industry today.

Android Auto support comes as part of a larger push from Volkswagen with its Car-Net platform, which also includes support for new connected security features, MirrorLink, and Apple’s CarPlay.

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