Android Auto was announced at the Google I / O 2014, but Google’s promotion of multimedia system was very slow with the handful of cars that predlagli it as a standard in-car entertainment system. However, recently the situation has changed for the better.
At CES in Las Vegas, Ford announced that their in-car system, the SYNC 3, will allow users to select a multimedia system at its discretion.
In North America, Android Auto will be available in all Ford vehicles in 2017, the owners of 2016 vehicles with SYNC 3, will be able to update their head units later this year.
Unfortunately, the company has not shared details of how soon Android Auto will be available for Ford vehicles on other continents, but most likely it will happen almost at the same time as North America.