Cars fitted with Android Auto
Android Auto is a seriously handy modern feature, but which cars come with it?...
If you have an Android smartphone or tablet, cars fitted with Android Auto can directly replicate your phone’s screen on their infotainment system’s display.
Essentially, it means you can use the central screen in your car’s dashboard to operate your device, so you can make calls, play music or operate a GPS app – all via the car’s infotainment system.
Android Auto is an increasingly popular feature on modern cars. Some of them come with it as standard and it’s available as an optional extra on other models. Our list below shows you the complete list of cars with which it’s available.
Cars that are compatible with Android Auto:
The 595 and 695 are available with Android Auto.
Of Citroën’s hatchbacks, the C3 and C4 can be ordered with Android Auto, as can the C3 Aircross, C4 Cactus and C5 Aircross SUVs and the entire MPV range: the Berlingo, C4 Spacetourer, Grand C4 Spacetourer and the Spacetourer. The older C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso were also sold with Android Auto.
The DS4, DS4 Crossback, DS5 and DS7 Crossback are all available with Android Auto.
The i10, i20, i30 and Ioniq hatchbacks can be ordered with Android Auto, so can the i40 saloon and the Kona, Tucson and Santa Fe SUVs. The same also applies to the estate versions of the i30 and i40, known as Tourer.
Android Auto is available with a wide range of Kia models, including the Picanto, Rio and Ceed hatchbacks, the Optima saloon and Sportwagon estate, the Soul and Carens MPVs, the Stonic, Niro, Sportage and Sorento SUVs and the Stinger coupe.
A huge number of Mercedes models are available with Android Auto, including the A-Class and B-Class hatchbacks, the C-Class, E-Class and S-Class saloons, along with their cabriolet, coupe and estate variants, the CLA and CLS coupes and their Shooting Brake estate spin-offs, the SL and SLC convertibles and SUVs comprising the G-Class, GLA, GLC, GLE and the GLS.
You can buy the Twingo, Clio and Mégane hatchbacks with Android Auto, including the estate versions of the latter two and the electric Zoe, as well as the Captur, Kadjar and Koleos SUVs and the Scenic and Grand Scenic MPVs.
The Fabia, Octavia and Superb hatchbacks and estates can all be ordered with Android Auto, as well as the Rapid Spaceback. You can also get the Karoq and Kodiaq SUVs with it and used versions of the Yeti SUV.
The Ssangyong Rexton SUV is available with Android Auto.
VW models available with Android Auto include the Polo, Golf, and Arteon hatchbacks, the Passat saloon and estate, the Golf SV, Touran and Sharan MPVs and the T-Roc, Tiguan and Touareg SUVs. Used models that might have it include the Beetle, the CC and the Scirocco.
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