Swedish company Volvo has decided this year not to reveal new cars at an event in Los Angeles and focused on demonstrations of technologies that complement.
At the moment we are talking about the new operating system for the infotainment interface. Despite the presence of a minimum of parts (probably due to the fact that the development is not finished yet), it becomes clear that technology will go far beyond the possibilities offered by Android Auto, and will be able to provide much more useful applications. Among them are not only Google Maps and Spotify, but also new services such as shipping Amazon.
It is expected that the upcoming system, developed by Volvo and Google will be available by 2020 and implemented in the vehicle, Polestar, and eventually, perhaps, on other products of the company Geely, including brand Lynk & Co, and even Lotus. As for iPhone users, it is unclear whether they will be able to connect to the new Volvo with Apple CarPlay.
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