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Must Check Out!!! 2016 U.S. CarPlay Vehicles

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A number of cars from different carmakers support CarPlay. A growing number of vehicles are all set to embrace CarPlay for the first time since Apple debuted the software platform at WWDC in 2013.

CarPlay offers hands-free or access to Maps, Phone, Messages, Music, Podcasts and third-party apps such as Spotify, Rdio, iHeartRadio, CBS Radio and MLB At Bat.

CarPlay is to be available in several 2016 vehicles from a number of carmakers. While it already supports in many vehicles, others are to follow suit soon.

Though it is standard for most U.S. models listed as below, some carmakers have made the software platform an upgrade by itself.

2016 U.S. CarPlay Vehicles

Audi
– 2017 Q7 (To be launched early 2016)

Buick
– 2016 LaCrosse
– 2016 Regal

Cadillac
– 2016 ATS
– 2016 ATS Coupe
– 2016 ATS-V
– 2016 ATS-V Coupe
– 2016 CT6
– 2016 CTS
– 2016 CTS-V
– 2016 ELR Coupe
– 2016 Escalade/ESV
– 2016 XTS

Chevrolet
– 2016 Camaro
– 2016 Camaro Convertible
– 2016 Colorado
– 2016 Corvette Z06
– 2016 Corvette Stingray
– 2016 Cruze
– 2016 Impala
– 2016 Malibu
– 2016 Silverado 1500
– 2016 Silverado 2500HD
– 2016 Silverado 3500HD
– 2016 Suburban
– 2016 Tahoe
– 2016 Volt

Ferrari
– 2016 Ferrari California T
– 2016 Ferrari FF

GMC
– 2016 Canyon
– 2016 Sierra 1500
– 2016 Sierra 2500HD
– 2016 Sierra 3500HD
– 2016 Yukon
– 2016 Yukon XL
– 2016 Sierra and Yukon Denalis

Honda
– 2016 Accord (EX, EX-L and Touring)
– 2016 Accord Coupe (EX, EX-L, Touring)
– 2016 Civic (EX, EX-T, EX-L, Touring)

Hyundai
– 2016 Sonata (Later availability)

Kia
– 2016 Optima (Later availability)

Mercedes-Benz
– 2016 B-Class (December 2015 Prod. or Later)
– 2016 CLA (December 2015 Production or Later)
– 2016 GLA (December 2015 Production or Later)

Mitsubishi
– 2017 Mirage (To launched in Spring 2016)

Porsche
– 2017 911 Carrera (Launches 2016)
– 2017 911 Carrera S (Launches 2016)
– 2017 Macan S (Launches 2016)
– 2017 Macan GTS (Launches 2016)
– 2017 Macan Turbo (Launches 2016)

Volkswagen
– 2016 Beetle (Excluding S)
– 2016 CC
– 2016 e-Golf
– 2016 Golf (Excluding TSI Coupe)
– 2016 Golf GTI
– 2016 Golf R
– 2016 Golf SportWagen
– 2016 Jetta (Excluding S)
– 2016 Passat (Excluding S)
– 2016 Tiguan (Excluding S)

Volvo
– 2016 XC90
Audi
– 2017 Q7 (Launches Early 2016)

Buick
– 2016 LaCrosse
– 2016 Regal

Cadillac
– 2016 ATS
– 2016 ATS Coupe
– 2016 ATS-V
– 2016 ATS-V Coupe
– 2016 CT6
– 2016 CTS
– 2016 CTS-V
– 2016 ELR Coupe
– 2016 Escalade/ESV
– 2016 XTS

Chevrolet
– 2016 Camaro
– 2016 Camaro Convertible
– 2016 Colorado
– 2016 Corvette Z06
– 2016 Corvette Stingray
– 2016 Cruze
– 2016 Impala
– 2016 Malibu
– 2016 Silverado 1500
– 2016 Silverado 2500HD
– 2016 Silverado 3500HD
– 2016 Suburban
– 2016 Tahoe
– 2016 Volt

Ferrari
– 2016 Ferrari California T
– 2016 Ferrari FF

GMC
– 2016 Canyon
– 2016 Sierra 1500
– 2016 Sierra 2500HD
– 2016 Sierra 3500HD
– 2016 Yukon
– 2016 Yukon XL
– 2016 Sierra and Yukon Denalis

Honda
– 2016 Accord (EX, EX-L and Touring)
– 2016 Accord Coupe (EX, EX-L, Touring)
– 2016 Civic (EX, EX-T, EX-L, Touring)
Hyundai
– 2016 Sonata (Later Availability)

Kia
– 2016 Optima (Later Availability)

Mercedes-Benz
– 2016 B-Class (Dec 2015 Prod. or Later)
– 2016 CLA (Dec 2015 Production or Later)
– 2016 GLA (Dec 2015 Production or Later)

Mitsubishi
– 2017 Mirage (Launches Spring 2016)

Porsche
– 2017 911 Carrera (Launches 2016)
– 2017 911 Carrera S (Launches 2016)
– 2017 Macan S (Launches 2016)
– 2017 Macan GTS (Launches 2016)
– 2017 Macan Turbo (Launches 2016)

Volkswagen
– 2016 Beetle (Excluding S)
– 2016 CC
– 2016 e-Golf
– 2016 Golf (Excluding TSI Coupe)
– 2016 Golf GTI
– 2016 Golf R
– 2016 Golf SportWagen
– 2016 Jetta (Excluding S)
– 2016 Passat (Excluding S)
– 2016 Tiguan (Excluding S)

Volvo
– 2016 XC90

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