Mahindra has announced at this year’s Google I/O Developers Conference that it will be the first Indian carmaker to offer Android Auto services. After joining the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA) - a group of automobile giants that will provide Android Auto’s infotainment services, Mahindra has announced that the revamped versions of its XUV500 & Scorpio will be the first cars to be rolled out with the service pre-installed. With Android Auto, users can sync their Android smartphones with their car’s infotainment system and enjoy seamless handsfree services. Drivers can call, message, locate on map, play music, and also launch third party applications like Spotify via an interface that will use voice commands through Google Now. However, this will run only on Android v5 Lollipop and above.
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