Thanks for confirming that you have no evidence whatsoever.
Tell me, how many people develop for Windows Mobile? BlackBerry? Tizen? How many users? How about platform satisfaction reports? Third party revenue stats? Now what on Earth makes you think that anyone’s going to waste their time building for them?
Come off it.
I don't know how many developers develop for WP, but back in August MS announced 170,000 apps available in Windows Store. Relative to the age of platform and market saturation, it is not too bad.
I'm not sure what you mean with "platform satisfaction". If you are talking about user satisfaction, it is pretty high for WP - according to some sites, even higher than iOS.
Last quarter, Nokia sold 8.8 million phones. iPhone reached that number in late 2010... so again, relative to platform's age, WP seems to be doing fine.
But I do agree that Tizen and BB seem to be out of picture, as they are right now.
Back to original topic. I believe whole point of this OAA (or whatever their name is) initiative is to standardise in-car IT tech. If they standardise that, they can also standardise interfacing with all available platforms - or clearly set rules that will allow each platform developer to create required drivers/services to be able to interface with in-car tech. I'm personally not an Android lover (nor hater, mind you) but I do think Android is probably the best starting point, as OAA can get vanilla flavour of Android and customize it to their needs - deeper than Apple or Microsoft would allow with their platforms.
Makes sense to me, really.