If you were hoping to run Android Auto in your 2017 Porsche 911, think again. Apparently, Google simply wants too much information for Porsche’s comfort.
A report from Motor Trend indicates that, in order to program Android Auto — Google’s version of its mobile OS for in-dash infotainment systems —for the iconic Porsche sports car, the German automaker would have to turn over a mountain of data. The information required ranges from vehicle speed, throttle position, oil and coolant temperature, and engine rpm, to name a few — every time the car is turned on
For Porsche, this simply won’t do.
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