These are the cars that support Android Auto

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Android Auto has expanded a great deal since its inception. Its main goal is to use your phone as the brains of the operation, connecting to your vehicle's infotainment display so that your apps work seamlessly. It's grown a bit over the months and years and will now work on its own, without a vehicle display. But in its purest form, it'll work with your car.

Unfortunately, not every vehicle is compatible with Android Auto. But the good news is that the list of vehicles that support Android Auto is growing all the time. This is the official list of supported vehicles, according to Google:

Abarth

  • 2017: 595, 695

Acura

  • 2017: NSX
  • 2018: TLX, MDX

Alfa Romeo

  • 2017: Giulia, Giulietta, Stelvio, MiTo

Aston Martin

  • 2018: Rapide, Vanquish, Vantage

Audi

  • 2016: Q7
  • 2017: Q2, A3, A4, A5 A6, A7, R8, TT
  • 2018: A8, Q5
  • 2019:: A1, Q3, Q8

Borgward

  • 2018: BX7

Buick

  • 2016: LaCrosse, Regal
  • 2017: Envision, Encore

Cadillac

  • 2016: ATS, ATS Coupe, ATS Sedan, ATS-V, CTS, CTS-V, ELR, CT6, Escalade, Escalade ESV, XTS
  • 2017: XT5, CT6 Plug-in

Chevrolet

  • 2016: Camaro, Camaro Convertible, Colorado, Corvette, Corvette Convertible, Cruze, Impala, Malibu, Silverado, Silverado HD, Tahoe, Volt, Suburban, Spark
  • 2017: Aveo, Bolt EV, Colorado/S10, Cruze Hatchback, Onix, Prisma, Sonic, Trailblazer, Trax
  • 2018: Equinox, Traverse

Chrysler

  • 2017: 300
  • 2018: Pacifica

Citroen

  • 2017: C-Elysée, C3, C3 Aircross, C4, C4 Picasso, Grand C4 Picasso, Jumpy, SpaceTourer
  • 2018: Berlingo, C4 Cactus, C4 SpaceTourer, Grand C4 SpaceTourer
  • 2019: C5 Aircross

Dodge

  • 2017: Challenger, Charger
  • 2018: Durango

DS

  • 2017: DS4, DS4 CROSSBACK, DS5
  • 2018: DS3, DS7 CROSSBACK
  • 2019: DS3 CROSSBACK

Ferrari

  • 2019: GTC4Lusso, GTC4Lusso T, Portofino

Fiat

  • 2017: 500, 500L, 500X, Argo, Tipo

Ford

  • 2017: C-MAX, Ecosport, Edge, Escape, Everest, Expedition, Explorer, F-150, Fiesta, Flex, Focus, Fusion, Galaxy, GT, KA+, Kuga, Mondeo, Mustang, Ranger, S-MAX, Super Duty, Taurus, Tourneo Connect/Courier/Custom, Transit, Transit Connect/Courier/Custom

Genesis

  • 2016: G80
  • 2017: G70
  • 2018: G90

GMC

  • 2016: Canyon, Sierra, Yukon, Yukon Denali, Yukon XL
  • 2017: Acadia

Holden

  • 2016: Spark, Captiva
  • 2017: Astra, Barina, Colorado, Trailblazer, Trax
  • 2018: Commodore, Equinox

Honda

  • 2016: Civic, Accord
  • 2017: Clarity Fuel Cell, CR-V, Freed, Pilot, Ridgeline
  • 2018: Fit, Odyssey

Hyundai

  • 2015: Azera, Grandeur, Sonata
  • 2016: Creta, Elantra GT, Veloster, Tucson, Sonata Hybrid, Sonata PHEV, Genesis, Grand i10, i10, i20, i30, i40, Ioniq Electric, Ionicq Hybrid, Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid, Tuscon
  • 2017: Avante, Elantra, Kona, Maxcruz, Santa Fe, Santa Fe (Sport), Veloster
  • 2018: Palisade

Infinity

  • 2020: Q50, Q60, QX50, QX80

Iveco

  • 2019: Daily

Jaguar

  • 2019: XJ, XF, XE, F-Pace, F-Type, E-Pace, I-Pace

Jeep

  • 2017: Compass, Renegade
  • 2018: Grand Cherokee, Wrangler

Karma

  • 2018: Revero

Kia

  • 2014 – 2016: Soul (software update)
  • 2015: Carnival (software update), K5 (software update), Optima (software update), Optima Hybrid (software update), Sedona (software update), Soul EV (software update)
  • 2016: Optima, Sorento (software update)
  • 2017: Carens, Sportage, Forte, Forte Koup, K3 (software update), K7, Rondo, Soul, Soul EV, Sportage (software update), Optima Hybrid, Optima Plug-in Hybrid, Sedona, Cadenza, Niro, Niro Hybrid, cee'd,
  • 2018: K9, Morning, Picanto, Pride, Rio, Stinger, Stonic
  • 2019: K900, Soul Booster, Soul Booster EV

Lamborghini

  • 2016: Centenario (software update)
  • 2018: Aventador
  • 2019: Huracán, Urus

Land Rover

  • 2019: Land Rover Discovery, Land Rover Discovery Sport, Range Rover, Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Velar

Lexus

  • 2020: ES, NX, RC, RX, UX

Lincoln

  • 2017: Continental, MKC, MKX, MKZ, MKZ Hybrid, Navigator

Mahindra

  • 2015: XUV500 (software update)
  • 2018: Marazzo
  • 2019: XUV300

Maruti Suzuki

  • 2014: Ciaz (software update)
  • 2015: Baleno (software update), S-Cross (software update)
  • 2016: Ertiga (software update), Vitara Brezza (software update)
  • 2017: Dzire, Ignis
  • 2018: Swift
  • 2019: S-Pressor, XL6, Wagon R

Maserati

  • 2017: Ghibli, Levante, Quattroporte
  • 2018: GranCabrio, GranTurismo

Mazda

  • 2018: Mazda6
  • 2019: CX-5, CX-8, CX-9, Mazda3, MX-5
  • 2020: CX-3, CX-30, Mazda2

Mercedes-Benz

  • 2017: A-Class, B-Class, E-Class, CLA Coupe, CLA Shooting Brake, CLS Coupe, CLS Shooting Brake, E-Class Cabriolet, E-Class Coupe, E-Class Sedan, E-Class Wagon, GLA, GLC Coupe, GLC SUV, GLE, GLE Coupe, GLS, SL, SLC
  • 2018: C-Class Cabriolet, C-Class Coupe, C-Class Sedan, C-Class Wagon, G-Class, Mercedes-Maybach, S Class Cabriolet, S-Class Coupe, S-Class Sedan

Mitsubishi

  • 2016: Pajero, Pajero Sport, Triton
  • 2017: ASX, Delica D:2, Delica D:2 Custom, i-MiEV, Mirage, Mirage G4, Outlander, Outlander PHEV
  • 2018: Eclipse Cross

Mitsubishi

  • 2018: Altima, Kicks, LEAF, Maxima, Murano, Rogue
  • 2019: Rogue Sport, Sentra, TITAN, TITAN XD, Versa Note, Versa Sedan
  • 2020: NV200

Peugeot

  • 2017: 208, 2008, 301, 308, 308 SW, 3008, 508, 508 SW, 5008, Expert, Traveller
  • 2018: 108, Partner, Rifter

Ram

  • 2018: 1500, 2500, 3500, Chassis Cab

Renault

  • 2017: Captur, Clio, Clio Estate, Espace, Grand Scenic, Kadjar, Kangoo, Koleos, Master, Megane, Megane Estate, Scenic, Talisman, Talisman Estate, Trafic, Twingo, ZOE

Opel

  • 2016: Adam, Astra, Corsa, Insignia (software update), KARL, Mokka, Zafira
  • 2017: Ampera-e, Crossland X
  • 2018: Combo, Grandland X
  • 2019: Vivaro, Zafira Life

Seat

  • 2016: Alhambra, Ateca, Ibiza, Leon, Toledo
  • 2017: Arona

Škoda

  • 2016: Fabia, Fabia Combi, Octavia, Octavia Combi, Rapid, Rapid Spaceback, Superb, Superb Combi, Yeti
  • 2017: Kodiaq
  • 2018: Karoq
  • 2019: Kamiq, Scala

Smart

  • 2017: fortwo, fortwo cabrio, forfour

SsangYong

  • 2017: Rexton
  • 2018: Musso Sports

Subaru

  • 2017: Impreza
  • 2018: BRZ, Legacy / Liberty, Outback, XV / Crosstrek
  • 2019: Ascent, Forester, WRX

Suzuki

  • 2016: Hustler (software update), Ignis (software update), Lapin (software update), Solio (software update), Solio Bandit (software update), Spacia (software update), Spacia Custom (software update), Spacia Custom Z (software update), Swift, WagonR, WagonR Stingray

Tata Motors

  • 2017: Nexon
  • 2018: Tigor
  • 2019: Harrier, Hexa, Nexon, Tiago

Toyota

  • 2018: Aygo
  • 2019: Yaris (Europe only)
  • 2020: 4Runner, Sequoia, Tacoma, Tundra

Vauxhall

  • 2016: Adam, Astra, Corsa, Insignia (software update), Mokka, Viva, Zafira
  • 2017: Crossland X
  • 2018: Combo, Grandland X
  • 2019: Vivaro, Zafira Life

Volkswagen

  • 2016: Amarok, Beetle, Beetle Cabrio, Caddy, California, Caravelle CC, Crafter Kastenwagen, Crafter Pritsche, e-Golf, Eos, Golf, Golf Cabrio, Golf GTD, Golf GTE, Golf GTI, Golf Sportsvan, Golf Variant, Jetta, Multivan, NMS Passat, Passat, Passat Alltrack, Passat GTE, Passat Variant, Polo, Polo GTI, Sagitar, Scirocco, Sharan, Spacefox, Suran, T6 Van, Tiguan, Touran, Transporter
  • 2017: Ameo, Arteon, Crafter, CrossFox, Fox, Gol, Saveiro, Voyage
  • 2018: Atlas, T-Roc, Teramont, Tiguan Allspace, Virtus
  • 2019: T-Cross

Volvo

  • 2017: XC90, S90, V90, V90 Cross Country
  • 2018: XC40, XC60
  • 2019: V60 Cross Country, S60, V60

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62 Comments
  • Ford's press release earlier in the year says "Owners of 2016 vehicles equipped with SYNC 3 will have an opportunity to upgrade later in the year."
  • I hope that's still true. Sync 3 is meh. Android auto would be sweet! Posted via the Android Central App
  • I've got a 2015 C-Max Energi so I'm sure I'll be out of luck. Also out of luck with my 2016 Toyota Tacoma. Kinda sucks. Posted via my Nexus 6P on fi
  • the list fellt short, add to this: Mercedes: GLE, GLE coupe, GLS (official)
    BMW X5, X6 (extra-official, officially only Carplay )
    Ford 2017 Explorer
    Audi 2017 A5 S5 (official)
  • Phil wrote "This is the official list of supported vehicles, according to Google:" - so until Google adds it to this list... https://www.android.com/auto/
  • My '16 Silverado didn't have it at launch , but the dealer updated it about a month later.
  • The Open Automotive Alliance for Android Auto started in 2014 (had 29 auto makers as members by June of that year); yet several of those automakers still haven't even gotten Android Auto into a single model of their cars as yet; and only a handful have managed to roll it out to more than a couple token car models that they produce.
  • Funny how FiatChrysler doesn't have any vehicles on the list, even though Google used one of their cars (Maserati Ghibli) to show off Android Auto.
  • As far as I know that wasn't Google's decision, Qualcomm owned the car and only co operated with google with the software.
  • Meanwhile, I have a "Poor Man's Tesla dashboard" setup.
  • Isn't that a Maserati in photo? But that ain't on the list.
  • That was just a concept built by Google and Qualcomm and displayed in a Maserati.
  • Come on Subaru! :)
  • Right? I'm probably going to be in the market for a new Outback in a year or so. I hope they offer Android Auto and CarPlay on new models by then.
  • I read that the 2017 Impreza has it.
  • Pioneer has some compatible headunits with Apple/Android, I got one for my BRZ.
  • How do you like that head unit? I've kicked around the idea of putting an aftermarket head unit in my Impreza.
  • I have of one in my 2008 grand prix and love it. Posted via the Android Central App
  • My initial intention behind buying the CarPlay head unit was to kinda future proof myself by being able to update firmware and take advantage of new CarPlay apps as they are released, but development of apps has been slow and, to be honest those released so far do not gel with the way I use a head unit. One huge detraction from CarPlay is the need to physically plug your phone in. CarPlay does not work through Bluetooth.
    I assume the same for Android auto.
    But it's great, clean looking for anyone who uses navigation, Siri and streaming apps hardcore. And installation is so easy on the BRZ.
  • No Mazda :'(
  • The Mazda do have it just not from dealer, very simple hack though, check YouTube for instructions, most 2014 or newer models. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Like I said in another post, this shouldn't be something you need to 'hack' into your car. Plus, for people like me that have a Lease, technically speaking you shouldn't tamper with the car's system.
  • And why is it not something that "shouldnt be hacked into a car" because you want it and can't have it? Android Auto is new and cost money for the manufacturers plan there cars 5 years ahead do time. So Android Auto won't be standard for years. Kaiser
  • Which is why I'm 'sad' that Mazda isn't offering it when so many others are. They don't have to...but it sure is nice to have, and to many, it will influence their buying. Cars don't have to have keyless entry, but it's nice to have. Houses don't have to have energy-efficient appliances...but they're nice to have. Phone manufacturers don't have to upgrade to the latest OS versions...but they're nice to have, and many people do base their purchases based on update reputation.
  • +1 Posted via the Android Central App
  • I've got a 2015 Ford C-MAX Energy and a 2016 Toyota Tacoma.....guess I'm out of luck. Posted via my Nexus 6P on fi
  • Some new cars there, the Skoda Rabid and Skoda Ruperb!! ;-) Posted via the Android Central App
  • COME ON JEEP!!!
  • I just got a 2016 kia optima. Android auto is pretty cool. Hoping for wifi support in the future so i don't have to plug it in anymore.
  • I wonder how this compares to Apple CarPlay. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ooh, Holden is there :) Knew about the spark but not the Captiva. Blackberry Priv
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  • Infiniti needs to jump on board, their infotainment system never took off [sucks at best] ... they need to give it up and give into Android Auto!! Posted via the Android Central App
  • True and I'm with that 100%. I love Infiniti and Nissan. And although I love the way the system sounds and the screen is a big plus. It could be much better. And Android would definitely do the trick. Posted via the Android Central App
  • My girlfriend just got a brand new 2015 Honda Odyssey this week that's been converted for wheelchair transport. Having the ability to get around with ease in my chair has been so awesome but I wish it could be updated with Android Auto. It's too bad Honda hasn't embraced Android Auto yet. I still wouldn't give up the Odyssey even though the converted models are a year or two behind the times.
  • I'm disappointed in Honda overall with their upgrades to their audio systems, new 2015 CR-V that will never see anything Google, it's not that hard Honda. Stock system with all the goodies is nothing, Honda link sucks.
  • Ridiculous. Why would you add it to some models and not others. Q7 looks like a station wagon.. Q5 is sexy.. but no AA, no purchase.
  • Thanks Mazda for keeping us in crappy Infotainment ¬¬
  • You can put it on yourself, just google "Mazda Android Auto"
  • Shouldn't be something that you'd have to do on your own though. Plus, mine is a Lease, so technically I can't do that.
  • Android Auto is not available on the Volvo XC90 yet. Maybe with an update later this summer or fall, but Volvo hasn't officially given a date. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I wish Nissan did. Everyone is riding the Apple train like Android doesn't exist Posted via the Android Central App
  • Just bought a new Jetta and loving the Android Auto features Posted via the Android Central App
  • Nissan has ****** Nissan connect, wish it had Android Auto, maybe they will switch to that cause Noone has given Nissan Connect a good review yet. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Who cares when the phone's on the latest Android OS and still doesn't work. Who's fault is it then when all systems and devices are listed as compatible and it still doesn't work? It's just a gimmick til it does. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I would say 20% of the reason I bought a 2016 Volkswagen GTI is because it had Android Auto. I love it! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Android Auto in my 2017 KIA Sorento is very nice. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Well the picture fooled me...I was going to get a Maserati but it don't accept Android...well I guess I get a KIA just like (NBA CHAMPION CLEVELAND CAVALIER) LBJ in the K900 Posted via the Android Central App
  • My 2008 grand prix wasn't on that list and it has android auto. Oh wait I added it. That must not count. Lol. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Fait / Chrysler, Jeep and Subaru are missing.
  • Subaru needs to pull it's head out. Their in car OS is trash.
  • Jaguar lost a sale (new SUV) because of no Android Auto and you can't change out the head unit because they integrate car controls into their stock head unit. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Where's the 2017 Maserati Quattroporte?
  • I dig it in my Spark, just wish I could reply by voice to FB messenger like I can to Google Messenger. Nexus 6P
    Chevy Spark - Android Auto
  • How does it work without a display? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Damn Nissan. What about the Pathfinder? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Wouldn't the Ford Fiesta also apply? Or is that not sold in the US and is this a USA-only list? Would be nice to get some love for your European readers...
  • I question the accuracy of this list. I think some vendors are telling you things that aren't true (yet?) and/or omitting information. I am looking at a new Volvo XC90 but when I look them up online or ask the dealer about Android Auto, they have no idea how or when what it is. Apple CarPlay, yes ... but not Android Auto. I think (and hope) I can get a new Volvo XC90 with Android Auto but so far, as I try to get a new XC90 today, I cannot. I cannot get it now and I cannot yet actually order it for the (near) future. Maybe soon for the 2017 model year but not now.
  • Come on Chrysler why isn't Jeep on the list!?
  • They fail to mention touch screen does not mean you get the update.. 2017 Santa fe will only get it on the models with navigation.. Loads of models with 5" screen won't get it. Even Hyundai website is vague about what models get it Posted via the Android Central App
  • VW killing it. Every model pretty much. Galaxy s7 edge
  • Subaru is woefully behind and I was told will NOT update even 2015 heads on the Outback. Too bad, will get my car this year from someone else that supports their vehicles' software.
  • 2017 VW Tiguan has full support for AA