A number of General Motors brands, including GMC, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and Buick, are expanding the availability of Android Auto in many of their 2016 models. GMC and Buick are keeping the update to only a few models, while Cadillac and Chevrolet are engaging in a wider rollout.
GMC is bringing Android Auto to the 2016 Canyon, Sierra and Yukon models equipped with an Intellilink system with an 8-inch display. Buick is offering the update to 2016 Regal and Lacrosse owners with the same Intellilink system.
If you own a 2016 Cadillac with Cadillac CUE dash system, you are eligible for the upgrade as well, except for those with the 2016 SRX. Android Auto will come standard on the 2016 Cadillac CT6 and 2017 XT5 this spring.
Owners of 2016 Chevrolet vehicles equipped with 8-inch MyLink screens have an update waiting for them as well. Customers can expect a notice from Chevy about how to update their cars.
These updates will be available exclusively through dealers for each of these brands, and you need to make an appointment in order to upgrade.