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What does Google Built-In Mean for Honda Vehicles?
There is no area of technology that has progressed faster than the connectivity options available in automobiles. Honda has been on the leading edge of those efforts for a long time. When the 2023 Honda Accord goes on sale, it will be the first of the automaker’s platforms to be available with Google Built-In. So, what does Google Built-In mean for Honda vehicles? The vehicle’s native software will be compatible with nearly the entire suite of available Google products. Let’s take a closer look at this newly available technology.
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“Honda incorporates the latest technological advancements to our products, the connected vehicle is essential to integrating services that create an experience Canadian consumers are looking for,” Steve Hui, Assistant Vice President Honda Canada, said in a press release. “The Google built-in features included in the all-new 2023 Honda Accord Hybrid are the latest chapter in our collaboration with Google in providing the connected vehicle enhancements our customers expect.”
Which Google Products are Available?
The 2023 Honda Accord Touring Hybrid, and other coming vehicles equipped with Google Built-In, will be able to access Google Assistant, Google Maps, Google Play, and Google Cloud’s Speech-to-Text capability. This will expand the capability of these services from an owner’s home or compatible device to their properly equipped Honda vehicle.
Furthermore, even if someone uses an iPhone or other smartphone platform, they may also be able to use these apps if their devices are compatible.
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What Can You Do With Google Built-In?
At this point, we should all know how dangerous distracted driving is for us, and other people on the road. The most important feature offered by the Google Built-In suite is the ability to use the phone, making calls and sending texts, without ever needing to take our hands off the steering wheel. In addition to composing messages, the speech recognition technology will also allow the driver to manipulate various compatible apps – again without having to take your hands off the steering wheel.
Google Assistant will allow users to turn their lights on before getting out of the car, truck or SUV, so they don’t have to walk into a dark home.
Stay tuned to the Bannister Honda blog to stay up to date on the latest technology and other important updates coming to our lineup. If you have additional questions, make an appointment to speak with one of our product experts, today.