This is the future of Android Auto

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41 thoughts on “This is the future of Android Auto

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  2. I would rather have an independent phone with Android Auto and plug into the car, that way I control it, not the car manufacturer.

  3. I just dont think "baking it into the car" makes much sense. Technology moves WAY TOO FAST. I'm much more interested in easily replaceable head units that are preferably not designed by car makers. As it is, I just swap out my head unit every 2-3 years. Hey Volvo: I will never buy a car based on its head unit. I would however like to see larger screen sizes so we need a new standard: maybe 4 din or even 6 or 8.

  4. Somebody clarify to me… is this Android Automotive OS which is already embedded solution or is this Android Auto which used to be a projection mode from smartphone but now got embedded?

  5. Quite refreshing to see how android auto is turning out. Currently using it in an build state in a 2017 Ford focus st, and it's came a long way from what I've seen and heard in this video!

  6. yea but how many times can you click on Spotify before it locks you out? 3 clicks? Can't even freaking scroll through my saved list without the system locking you out while in motion.

  7. I really love the functionality that is promised with this technology, however, my biggest fear about all this is the lack of an upgrade path. If the average person keeps an average new car for an average of about 10 years (even sometimes as far as 15-20 years, integrating a computing platform INTO the car is a big mistake. the average mobile compute platforms (namely phones and tablets) is about 2 years (sometimes up to 3). Even if you pack this thing full of the best of the best (which right now would mean putting a full general purpose x86 pc in there (which no manufacturer is going to do due to expense and complexity) it would last MAYBE 5 years…

    I really don't think that this is the way to go. What I would really like to see is the auto integration of a generic bidirectional input/output interface where you can display what would normally be on your phone on your car's dash… kind of like a short-range remote desktop thing. at the same time, the car could share information about it's current configuration, telemetry data (speed gauge, boost gauge, tachometer, g-forces, etc. basically everything the ECU can give you), perhaps exposing some additional software control interfaces for controlling the hvac system, maybe windows or whatever that with proper implementation could be as advanced and well-done as tesla's dash tablet only being PROCESSED on your phone which you're still going to be forced to change every 2-3 years to keep up with ever-better technology.

  8. Just another way for them to charge us for monthly services. I chose to buy vehicles without navigation that had android and apple auto because it was $1k cheaper… This just jacks up the price more.

  9. Yeah but the manufacturer is going to charge you extra for the data that you used to download stuff on the device, it won't be tethered from your Android device. so extra cash out of your pocket.

  10. Now i just wish BMW would actually support android car AT ALL, let alone bake it in. God… seriously the only thing i hate about our BMW. Spending upwards of 70k on a car and then use outdated and straight out bad software with it.

  11. This now makes me want to put off putting a new car stereo in my old car that I'm getting cause I'd be pretty bum to finally install a new stereo in it only to see that they've updated the software.

  12. This will get out of date in months. The best part about normal Android auto is that the car screen is just a mirror of a modern phone with access to some of the car. There is good reason no one wants to bake some custom version of Android into a car and it seems Volvo is the only car company that is lacking the intelligence.

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