Google came packing some real firepower at CES 2018, bringing Android Auto to several new manufacturers. For all the millionaires out there looking to flex out in the Lamborghini Aventador this year, you’ll be able to do it with Android Auto by your side.
While Lamborghini sided with only Apple CarPlay for the 2017 model of the Aventador last year, this year Android Auto is joining the team. Lamborghini Aventador is priced at around $417,650, making it the most expensive Android Auto car out there.
But that’s about to change very soon in the future, as the official Android Auto page for Lamborghini has listed some additions (via Android Police). All of the 40 limited edition Lamborghini Centenario from 2016 will be updated with Android Auto in the near future.
This includes the upcoming Huracán roadster and Lamborghini’s first SUV, the Urus in 2019. So now you get to brag that your Hyundai runs on the same software as the Lamborghini Aventador.