Both Apple's CarPlay and Android Auto will be supported in the upcoming 2016 Honda Civic. The manufacturer has detailed a 7-inch touch screen will be available in the vehicle, which will also enable owners to connect their smartphone to take advantage of both platforms.
The usual features one would expect from such a setup will be present, including the ability to utilize navigational systems, place and receive calls, messages, and listen to music. Voice control tech will also be available for those connecting Android hardware.
Note that you'll need to have the Android Auto app installed to be able to connect your smartphone.
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