Buyers Hyundai Elantra in 2017 will be able to get the car with support for Android Auto, while the car itself will go on sale in January.
The entertainment system will be supported by 7-inch Display Audio, as well as the 8-inch navigation system, and provide access to many applications smartfonv, including voice calls and text messages.
The car will also include support for voice control that allows users to access Google Maps, make calls, respond to text messages, and more.
Along with this will be offered additional packages of functions, including satellite radio with advanced playback functions, automatic recording of six presets, and sports scores, schedules, stock quotes, movie showtimes, fuel prices and weather alerts.
The automaker plans to announce which of its future vehicles will support Android Auto, later in 2016.
He will also announce how the current owners of Hyundai cars, which have the support of their navigation system or Display Audio fourth generation, will be able to update them to add Android Auto.