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The new infotainment system will offer customers unprecedented personalisation, intuitiveness and new embedded Google technology and services.

12 Oct 2019 | International News : Sweden


Volvo Cars is fundamentally rethinking infotainment in the forthcoming fully electric Volvo XC40. Powered by Android, the new infotainment system offers customers unprecedented personalisation, improved levels of intuitiveness, and new embedded Google technology and services.

The new infotainment system will feature over the air update capability, placing Volvo Cars at the forefront of automotive connected services
Volvo Car Group is the first company to team up with Google on integrating an infotainment system powered by Android, with the Google Assistant, Google Maps and the Google Play Store built-in. The two companies have been development partners for the past several years.

The new system offers full integration of Android Automotive OS, Google's open-source Android platform, with real-time updates to services such as Google Maps, Google Assistant and automotive apps created by the global developer community.

The electric XC40 is also the first Volvo that will receive software and operating system updates over the air, placing Volvo Cars at the forefront of automotive connected services. The fully electric XC40 will keep evolving and improving over time, rather than it being at its peak when it leaves the factory.

The fully electric XC40 will be first shown to the public on 16 October 2019.
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