Chevrolet previously announced that Android Auto will be supported on 14 of its 2016 models, and now the company has provided more details. Compatibility with Google's in-car system will be added via a software update available starting in March 2016 for select models. From Chevrolet:
Chevrolet will offer Android Auto compatibility via software update to U.S. consumers who buy select 2016 model year vehicles equipped with an eight-inch MyLink system. The update will be available starting in March 2016 exclusively through Chevrolet dealers.
While that's still quite the wait to get ahold of Android Auto in your new Chevy, it's good to see that the company is committed to supporting it through a software update. The list of vehicles eligible for the update includes models ranging from the Cruze and Impala to the Camaro and Corvette. For the full list, you can check out Chevrolet's announcement at the link below.