In February, Toyota announced that it was working to add support for Android Auto to its vehicles.
Since it is one of the largest car manufacturers in the world, we are pleased to know your commitment to Android Auto, since the cars of your luxury division will also back it up.
Lexus confirms that most of its 2,020 line will be compatible with Android Auto, including RX, RC and UX models, as well as certain ES and NX vehicles from October 2019 production. Unfortunately, there seems to be no support for a wireless mode, since the manufacturer mentions that you will have to use a USB cable to connect your phone to the car's information system.
So as far as we know, almost all major manufacturers offer support for Android Auto, especially since it is very easy to switch from one vehicle to another without having to get used to the way the interface works.
With so many additional benefits, I still don't understand why BMW is taking so long to add support for this solution.
Source | Lexus
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