KIA is on the verge of unprecedented development and goals. It appears that the car company aims to integrate and bring the Android Auto to 13 new models till 2018.
It stands to reason that KIA desires and aims for supremacy in the competitive car market and its industry. With innovative designs and new tech gear, the car company aims to attain success and solidity.
Kia will integrate Android Auto into most of its 2016 and 2017 model cars such as 2017 Soul and the 2017 Soul EV, Android Headlines revealed. However, it appears that the release date is not configured for this year but for 2017. The same report also disclosed that the majority of KIA cars are 2017 models and 2018 models, which are also set for release on the market in the upcoming LA Auto Show set in the fall.
KIA would fully make use of the Android Auto for its newest cars, Android Police noted. The momentum given for Android Auto continues to get higher as most car makers are finding means to equip their car models with electronics that can work with the latest smartphones.
Nevertheless, this plan is not a new one for KIA because the company has already affirmed the usage of this technology and the platform in the past. All the more, KIA went even further by expanding its car listing. In addition, even the 2014 and 2016 car models are also included on the list that will receive the upate.
For car enthusiasts, the improvement of KIA and the integration of the newest technological advancements is worth having for. KIA desires for supremacy is shown by the constant upgrades and innovations for all of its cars. Even a former report from Auto World News revealed that KIA and its latest Sorento 2016 are brimming with the latest advancements and upgrades.
As Kia integrates Android Auto to its 13 new models that will come into completion in 2018, car enthusiasts can expect more upgrades to follow through. However, despite the speculated upgrades, is it really worth the wait and worth any car enthusiast's finances? That remains uncertain till the cars finally hit the road.