It’s taken a bizarrely long length of time, but Toyota is finally adding Android Auto to its cars and trucks – assuming you have the right model, that is. The automaker made the quiet announcement alongside the far more brash reveal of the 2020 Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro at the Chicago Auto Show today, with the new utility being among the first to feature Google’s smartphone projection interface.
It’s fair to say that Toyota took a somewhat cautious approach to smartphone interface technologies in its vehicles. The automaker only began adding Apple CarPlay support in early 2018, with the Toyota Avalon the first to get the iPhone system.
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