Maserati has announced that the new Levante range will support Android Auto, thanks to the on-board high-resolution 8.4-inch touch screen display. The ability to connect your Android-powered smartphone to your vehicle is almost becoming standard across numerous ranges, allowing you to better focus on the road.
As well as Android Auto support, the new 2017 Maserati Levante comes with Harman's Aha Connected services and infotainment experience.
"Thanks to its rotary controller, multi-touch screen and voice control, the powerful and fast infotainment system of the new Maserati Levante is easy to use. Its high-resolution 8,4" SVGA screen provides sharp 3D graphics for the navigation system and a user experience equivalent to smartphones. The one-shot voice control covers the whole system, including Car Play and Android Auto modes. The system offers true plug-and-play for iPhones and Android smartphones and is designed to provide the same human machine interface (HMI) experience across all user menus. The system enables dual Bluetooth pairing and phone status as well as Bluetooth music playback from any source. With HARMAN's Aha Connected Services, the infotainment system in the Maserati Levante also offers millions of high definition quality Internet radios, audio books, online GPS, and more."
Should you be new to Android Auto, be sure to check out our helpful guides to get you started with the basics.
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