The Chevrolet division of General Motors announced plans to add support and android auto carplay to 14 of its vehicles in 2016, marking a significant growth in the availability for the two platforms. One of the first models to incorporate carplay is the Chevrolet Cruze. Other vehicles will benefit as the Tahoe and Suburban SUVs as well as the hybrid Volt, all three begin production next July. The remaining models will be deployed over the coming months, among them the Spark, Malibu, Camaro, Corvette, Silverado, and Impala.
If Chevrolet is sticking to his habits, the screen will be a MyLink 7 and 8 inches. Carplay will be available for two screen sizes, and android auto was previously forced to 7-inch screens but the 8-inch screen will also be there very soon.
The number of partners carplay being quite large, Apple said last March that 40 new vehicles will board sound system this year.