- Android Auto seamlessly links your Smartphone to your car’s infotainment system
- Access your calls, messages, entertainment apps and Google Maps through the car’s built-in touchscreen
- Following the official announcement at IAA 2015, our hands-on video demonstrates Android Auto in the new Hyundai i40
After being the first automaker worldwide to introduce Android Auto, Hyundai is now bringing the smart technology to Europe. As announced at IAA 2015, Hyundai’s New i40 will be one of the first cars on European streets to officially support Google’s smartphone connectivity system. And this is how it works:
With Android Auto, there is no need to grab your smartphone during driving
In fact, virtually everything in Android Auto can be accessed through spoken commands so that there's no need to touch the screen – except for one initial tap on the “g” button that starts voice recognition. And you don’t even need to do that, as Hyundai’s New i40 comes with a dedicated voice command button on the steering wheel.