CRUX Interfacing Solutions announced at CES, it will ship in February a video interface for General Motors vehicles that allows drivers to add both Android Auto and CarPlay to a vehicle that doesn’t come with the features.
It’s new $699-suggested video interface (ACPGM-80V) works with 2013 and up vehicles with the MyLink or Cue entertainment systems.
“It’s a way to keep the factory touch screen but add Android Auto and CarPlay,” said CRUX’s Rich DeSclafani.
Users can control Android Auto and CarPlay through the factory touch screen controls, he said.
To operate, users plug in their phones to the radio via a cable and the appropriate interface automatically displays on the radio screen.