I drove the world’s first car with Android Automotive for a day — here’s what it’s like

The interface for Android Automotive, based on Android 9 Pie in the Polestar is a blend of Google and Polestar (Volvo) depending on just where you look. This software doesn’t feel like something Google built until you get to the actual Googly bits (Maps, Play Store, Assistant, YouTube Music, etc). Climate control, vehicle settings, the profile chooser, and the activity launcher are all very square, dark, and easily parsed interfaces you’d expect of a modern luxury car—they look very Volvo-In these places, Google is largely out of the way, visually; it’s merely the framework that Polestar has built the interface upon, and little more.

Link: I drove the world’s first car with Android Automotive for a day — here’s what it’s like
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