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September 05, 2019 //By Rich Pell
GM to add Google tech to in-vehicle infotainment systems
Automaker General Motors (Detroit, MI) has announced that it plans to introduce new in-vehicle technology to enhance customer experience in its infotainment systems in 2021.
  • Play Store lets drivers find their favorite apps and services designed specifically for in-vehicle use. Drivers can listen to the same albums, podcasts and audiobooks in the vehicle as at home and stay connected with their most important contacts on communication apps.

The Voice Assistant integration, says the company, will continue to evolve over time, so that drivers in the future will be able to simply use their voice to engage with their vehicle, which could include renewing their OnStar or Connected Services plans, checking on their tire pressure, scheduling service and more.

Full feature details of the integration will be available closer to launch.

General Motors

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