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Will Apple CarPlay, Android Auto Be Available for My Car?

2017 Honda Accord

CARS.COM — Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity has spread rapidly and is currently available in hundreds of cars. The familiarity and ease of use of these systems are high points, but some brands still don’t offer the technology. That’s starting to change — except where a few automakers are concerned.

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We reached out to all the major brands that don’t currently offer Apple CarPlay or Android Auto to see if they will in the future. Many wouldn’t comment, saying they don’t talk about future products (a common refrain in the auto industry), but others were more open. Including information from Apple and Android, here’s what we found:

Alfa Romeo: No comment; Apple and Android indicate the technology is coming soon, however.

BMW: Currently offers Apple CarPlay; evaluating inclusion of Android Auto, according to a spokesperson.

Fiat: No comment; Apple and Android indicate the technology is coming soon, however.

Infiniti: No comment; Android indicates that Android Auto is coming soon, however.

Jaguar: Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will be available, according to a spokesperson.

Jeep: No comment; Apple and Android indicate the technology is coming soon, however.

Land Rover: Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will be available, according to a spokesperson.

Lexus: No plans to support Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, according to a spokesperson.

Mini: Did not respond to our request for comment.

Nissan: Currently offers Apple CarPlay; working on adding the technology to more models and introducing Android Auto, according to a spokesperson.

Porsche: Currently offers Apple CarPlay; considering adopting Android Auto, according to a spokesperson.

Ram: No comment; Apple and Android indicate the technology is coming soon, however.

Tesla: Does not support Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.

Toyota: No plans to support Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, according to a spokesperson. Toyota is instead supporting the SmartDeviceLink standard, with commercial availability slated for 2018.