Toyota has finally decided to give up its long-standing stance on Android Auto owing to the market requirements. The company has eventually decided to bring Android Auto support on its vehicles starting with trucks and SUV. It is now just the BMW that is holding back on this. The announcement came today at the Chicago Auto Show stating that six vehicles will initially get this support. They are –
- 4Runner 2020
- Aygo 2018
- Sequoia 2020
- Tacoma 2020
- Tundra 2020
- European Yaris 2019
Aygo and Yaris are hatchback models and out of these two Aygo is not available in the United States. Its most popular SUV RAV4 is still missing from the list but I think it will be next in line. The company is also missing out on popular sedan models like Camry and Corolla. I would love to see Android Auto in these two sedan cars. In addition to the Android Auto, it seems that Carplay was already being provided in these models.
In related news, Nissan has also decided to support six of its 2019 models with Android Auto. This is in addition to the six models that it is already supporting.
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