Android Auto has made its way to Japan, the third-largest producer of cars. At a press conference in Tokyo, Google announced Android Auto support for select vehicles from Audi, Volkswagen, Honda, Maserati, and BMW, with Nissan and Panasonic launching head units. Toyota and Mazda are yet to announce support for the platform.
An update coming later this year will bring the full Android Auto experience to the app, but for now, you're need a compatible car or a third-party head unit. According to The Verge, Android Auto in Japan offers support for local music streaming services, and more apps should be added to the list once it picks up momentum.