The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance and Google have entered into an agreement to build Android-powered infotainment systems for Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi vehicles. According to a press release by the Alliance, vehicles sold by the Alliance members will use Android to provide turn-by-turn navigation, calling and messaging functionalities, media control, and a means to manage vehicle functions. This will happen with the help of Google apps like Google Maps and Google Assistant. Additionally, the infotainment systems will allow users to download automotive apps off Google Play Store. They will also be compatible with devices running other operating systems, like Apple iOS.
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