General Motors announced earlier this year that it would abandon support for Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto starting in 2024 and instead support its own proprietary car-machine system.
General Motors yesterday announced the new Cadillac Escalade IQ pure electric SUV, equipped with a large 55-inch LED screen, priced at up to 130,000 US dollars.
Foreign technology media The Verge confirmed to General Motors that the pure electric SUV will not natively support Apple’s CarPlay or Google’s Android Auto.
It was previously reported that General Motors announced that it will phase out Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto starting this year, and instead use Google’s Android Automotive platform to jointly develop car-machine systems.
Beginning with the 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV, which goes on sale this summer, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will no longer be natively available in subsequent new vehicles. This phase-out plan will be deployed to gasoline vehicles starting in 2035.