The Chevrolet division of General Motors announced on Wednesday that its will offer support for both Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto in 14 of its vehicles for the 2016 model year.
One of the first upcoming models to get CarPlay is an upgraded Cruze set to launch on June 24. Other early vehicles with the technologies will include Tahoe and Suburban SUVs, as well as the Volt hybrid, all three of which are entering production in July. Remaining models will rollout over the coming months, among them the Spark, Malibu, Camaro, Corvette, Silverado, and Impala.
CarPlay will be available for vehicle trims offering either a 7-inch or 8-inch MyLink display. Android Auto will be available initially only on 7-inch screens, although support should come to 8-inch screens later in the model year.
While Chevrolet has long been listed as a CarPlay partner, today is the first time the company has announced any large-scale support for Apple’s infotainment platform.