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Android Auto is heading to Koenigsegg, Lada, and Borgward

Upcoming Koenigsegg, Lada, and Borgward cars will feature Android Auto in-car infotainment systems. Koenigsegg is the most notable addition in the list, with the luxury manufacturer joining the likes of Lamborghini and Maserati in supporting the platform.

As spotted on Reddit, the latest addition brings the total number of manufacturers that have committed to Android Auto to over 50. Borgward is an interesting vendor in the list, as the company shut down in 1961. The brand has seen a resurgence last year, introducing new SUVs that will be available starting 2018. When it comes to Lada, Top Gear has you covered.

There you go folks. No reason not to buy the Regera now.

Harish Jonnalagadda is a Senior Editor overseeing Asia at Android Central. He leads the site's coverage of Chinese phone brands, contributing to reviews, features, and buying guides. He also writes about storage servers, audio products, and the semiconductor industry. Contact him on Twitter at @chunkynerd.

  • Damn. And I just thought I'd order an Agera... Posted via the Android Central App
  • 'Android Auto is heading to Koenigsegg and Lada' Oh God...just what I needed, another added feature that's gonna make my choice even harder. Thank you, Google.
  • I can't wait to have it in my Koenigsegg
  • Lada? Did I hear that right? Haven't seen one of those on UK roads in years.
  • I'm keeping the Lada another 20 years and sending yet another Koenigsegg back. The parcel shelf is woeful and the engine is where my shopping should go.
  • Well it is about time. The final piece I was waiting for....
  • Well I was waiting for this to happen.... I think now i can definitely order a Koenigsegg Agera.... Now the only confusion is between the One or OneR.. Or the normal Agera. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Pretty sure you're thinking of the One:1 and the Agera R. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Speaking of the One:1, one got wrecked at the Nurburgring. The driver is fine, though, and apparently, the car is going back for repairs. How will they fix it? I do not know.
  • I recently saw a picture on instagram of the interior of a Pagani Huyara and the infotainment screen was showing Apple Carplay. It looked horribly out of place, like a Fisher Price computer inside a crazy, futuristic, billet machined steampunk case.