Electric vehicle maker Polestar beats Tesla to Apple CarPlay
A replacement interface for its heads-up display will be made available for iPhone users, Polestar announced in a tweet Wednesday.
According to the company, this will allow the car's driver or passengers to "change music, use apps, and communicate through Siri" with an iPhone connected.
The most fun part about driving a Polestar is driving it, but there's more to it. Our latest over-the-air update for the Polestar 2 comes with Apple CarPlay, allowing Polestar owners with an iPhone to change music, use apps, and communicate through Siri or the infotainment system pic.twitter.com/mulkjIUR6D— Polestar (@PolestarCars)
Polestar was purchased by by Volvo Cars in 2015, with it spun off into EV-only production in 2017. The company leverages technology and manufacturing from Volvo Cars.
Manufacturing for Polestar is mostly in China at the moment. An expansion into US manufacturing is expected in the next few years.
Apple CarPlay was first announced in 2013 as "iOS in the Car," and was first redesigned in 2019.
The company announced a revamp to CarPlay. The new version will supply the interface for the entire dashboard, including for the speedometer.
The upgrade announced at WWDC isn't coming until 2023 at the earliest.
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