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Android Automotive and over-the-air updates coming to GM cars | T3


Vehicle software updates are going to be more common over the next few years. This week, General Motors announced that many of its new vehicles will feature its new Ultifi platform to allow over-the-air updates and in-car subscriptions.

The software, which will feature in both electric (EV) and internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles is set to roll out in 2023 and will allow for upgrades and personalization options. Ultifi could potentially be used for controlling everything from facial recognition systems to start the engine to providing limits for younger drivers.



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