It’s not breaking news, but yes Apple’s CarPlay infotainment system now officially supports 200 car models. The same was made evident on the tech giant’s website where Apple has listed the long list of cars that are CarPlay compatible which now includes 50 new entries according to 9to5mac.
The earlier list included 150 vehicles, and the new list also adds a couple of new 2017 models. The new list comprises of auto brands like Audi, Honda, Maserati, Kia, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, and Volkswagen. Apart from the regular cars, we also have a few exotics like Bentley Bentayga, the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, the exotic Lamborghini Centenario and the 2017 Porsche lineup as well. Also included in that list is the 2017 Jeep Compass which is undergoing testing in India and is set for production in India as well.
According to the same source, the list also includes some older or recently announced cars that will receive support for the same via firmware updates.
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