When it comes to making user-friendly technology, Google is one of the best experts in the industry. That is why the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is looking to Google to power the next-generation infotainment system. This means Mitsubishi’s future infotainment system will be switching to Android. This will help eliminate many of the problems that exist with current systems and will make them more intuitive and familiar.
A Variety Of Apps
Users will also be able to add a variety of apps like navigation from Google Maps and other car-friendly apps from the Google Play Store. There will also be built-in voice control functions from the Google Assistant. Hadi Zablit, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, said, “Our partnership with Google will offer owners of our vehicles rich user experiences that are currently available only outside the vehicle or, to a limited extent, by connecting an Android device to supported vehicles.”
Mitsubishi’s Future Infotainment Is Coming
Mitsubishi says the rollout of the new Android-powered systems will begin in 2021. While the Alliance is developing this technology jointly, separate brands will have the freedom to incorporate unique brand-specific features into the platform. This update will also make it easier to access cloud-based services. These technology features will give Mitsubishi and other Alliance members one of the most intelligent infotainment systems in the industry.
There is no word what exactly this means for iPhone users. To see the infotainment systems available now, contact us at Bakersfield Mitsubishi in Bakersfield, CA.