Android Auto starts shipping in real cars

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Android Auto just got real.

Sure, Google’s in-car software for extending an Android phone to a dashboard has technically been out and proud since the first Android Auto aftermarket systems started shipping in March, but as of Tuesday it’s in new cars, too. The 2015 Hyundai Sonata is the first car to offer Android Auto built-in.

Already have a 2015 Sonata? You can update your dashboard software to make Android Auto compatible, although you’ll need to take it to a dealership. Hyundai says it’ll offer the upgrade as a software download that you can transfer to the car via USB, but it won’t come until “later this summer.” You’ll also need a MyHyundai account to perform the upgrade. Read more…

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