A new car manufacturer has joined the Open Automative Alliance. Lincoln is the latest to become an Android Auto partner. The 2017 Lincoln MKC will include Android Auto when it launches later this year. Lincoln appears to be the 20th manufacturer to support Android Auto.
The 2017 MKC is marketed primarily towards woman as it’s a smaller SUV. The car starts at $30,000, which is only slightly less than the Tesla Model 3. I’ll let you make that decision. Lincoln previously announced that the 2017 Continental will also support Android Auto, but there’s no word on when that will arrive. Do you have a vehicle with Android Auto? Are you interested in the offerings from Lincoln?
Android Auto is slowing showing up in more vehicles. Cars are a very different beast compared to phones. It’s not hard to upgrade your phone, but upgrading your car can be a very expensive venture. Especially if you’re buying a Lincoln. Do you have a vehicle with Android Auto? Are you interested in the offerings from Lincoln?