In 2021, drivers of GM models will have a more connected driving experience than ever before. Powered by Android, the new GM in-vehicle tech will allow drivers to utilize the functionality of familiar services from Google such as Voice Assistant, Google Maps and the Google Play Store.
“GM is a trailblazer with Android in automotive and a leader in-vehicle connectivity,” said Patrick Brady, vice president of Engineering, Google. “We’re incredibly excited to work with them to transform the way people consume media, stay in touch, navigate and access information on the go.”
Instead of taking their hands off the wheel to make infotainment selections, text or make a phone call, drivers can use their voice with through Voice Assistant, which lends to a more focused driving experience. Avoiding traffic delays, finding the best route and staying on that route is easily facilitated through the constantly updated information uploaded by Google Maps. With the Google Play Store, drivers can blur the line between their at-home infotainment selections and their on-the-go entertainment.
Revolutionizing Driving Lives
According to Santiago Chamorro, vice president for Global Connected Customer Experience, GM, the new Android-powered in-vehicle tech is the first step in revolutionizing how their customers connect to their driving lives.
“We will continue to offer our own unique infotainment features that only GM can deliver such as service recommendations, vehicle health status, in-vehicle commerce and more, with the Google applications and services complementing our offerings,” adds Chamorro.
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