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During CES this year, Google and NVIDIA announced partnership with GM, Honda, Audi, and Hyundai in forming the Open Automotive Alliance. The initial announcement was predictably sparse on details, noting only the initiative's core principles, and the goal of bringing Android to cars. After hearing approximately nothing about the effort since then, we now have information that gives us a first look at Google's vision for Android in the Car, referred to internally as Gearhead.

Disclaimer: No matter the confidence level, there's always a chance product updates, features, and some or all details will be changed or cancelled altogether. As with all rumors, nothing is 100% until it's officially announced.

We do not have possession of any APKs we can distribute or unreleased devices, so please don't ask for them.

Confidence Level

This rumor gets a confidence level of 7/10. We are pretty confident that Google's Android in the Car interface will be functionally close to what we'll look at today, though the actual interface could change drastically. What's also important to note, though, is that manufacturers could still add their own interfaces to Android's car experience. The press release emphasized the roles of "openness, customization and scale," so I'd expect manufacturers to take advantage of that flexibility to customize the software and attempt to differentiate their AitC offerings from others.

The initial announcement of the OAA stated that the goal was to get Android in cars starting in 2014, and half way through the year, with I/O rapidly approaching, the timing is right to announce something related to Android in the Car, but things can change quickly. The information we'll discuss in this post appears to be from earlier this year, so the interface could have already seen refinement.

The Rumor

In the initial announcement, NVIDIA's President and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang called the automobile "the ultimate mobile computer," noting that "with onboard supercomputing chips, futuristic cars of our dreams will no longer be science fiction." Android in the Car (the name we'll use when discussing the project for now, for lack of an official name), in its current state anyway, doesn't look exactly like a science fiction fantasy, but it's clear that a lot of thought is being given to functionality that's actually helpful in the car, based around the kinds of things people do in their car, with Google's special Search sauce applied liberally.

Basically, according to the information available to us, Android in the Car's basic interface will center around four distinct spaces - navigation, music, telephony, and search. We don't have a full explanation for every aspect of the interface, but we can confidently walk through calling and messaging flows, and we know how the music interface will likely look.

One area that remains unclear, and one that's not clarified by our information, is the role of third-party apps. As we'll see below, there's no home button or app drawer in AitC according to our information. We expect third-party apps to exist for Android in the Car, but how users will download or open them remains to be seen. Presumably, though, apps like Spotify or Audible would be right at home in the car, as long as they come with interfaces suitable for driving, meaning minimal physical interaction and minimal on-screen text.

All of that said, let's get to the evidence.

The Evidence

As usual, we won't be posting source images for unreleased software. We do this for a few reasons, source protection being one of them. What we will show you are our own recreations of the interfaces in question using the information available to us, representing things as faithfully as possible.

First, let's take a look at the interface for listening to a song.

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Screenshot: Music interface with album art overlayed by interface

Right away, several things jump out. First, we can see that an app running in the car, when there's a hero image behind it, will have the kind of translucent bar we see in Play Music (and recently the Play Store). We can also see a focus on big, bold, pressable controls (in this case overlaying album art), a system navigation bar that should feel familiar, and of course the Google Search icon we've seen on Android Wear and in several of our other recent leaks. (Note: Hit the play button to start up each of the animations below.)

Animation: Opening the search interface with "Ok Google" from the music interface

Making a Call

From what we can tell, users can enter a dialer interface that would allow them to select a frequent contact or dial a number, but users can also trigger a call using their voice, simply saying "Ok Google, call [contact name]" just like in Google's mobile Search app. Presumably, the user's phone would be connected to the car system via Bluetooth, which is where the call would actually take place.

Animation: Making a phone call from the music interface

Sending Messages

Sending a message can also be accomplished through voice commands, where the user would say "send a message," or "send a message to [contact name]." This would trigger Google's usual back-and-forth where the message is dictated, confirmed, and sent.

A current design pattern with Google's voice commands, the blue color indicates a time when Google is talking to the user (internally known as the "voice of Google"). During these times, Google is clarifying with the user what information they want to use - in this example, which contact the user wants to message, and what that message should say. Once that's cleared up, the message can be sent.

Alternately, the user can enter a message in one sweep, saying "Ok Google, send a message to Liam Spradlin - I'm going to be late for the meeting." Google would then wrap that up and send it off.

Animation: Sending a message from the music interface

What's interesting about this interface is that it doesn't show the user his or her message before sending (from what we've seen). Instead, Google reads the message back, and asks if the user would like to send. It appears the user could also manually press send rather than waiting for Google to take over. This is a thoughtful approach if at first it seems backwards - texting and driving is dangerous largely because users manipulate messages and look at their displays while driving. By moving everything to a combination of huge, broad-side-of-a-barn interface elements and spoken interactions, AitC can greatly reduce distraction.

It is also increasingly clear why Google has made voice commands in Search ever more voice-driven, reducing the number of actual taps needed to complete an action all the way to zero in cases like sending a message or setting a reminder through Search.

Everything Else

Voice commands will also trigger navigation and general searches, while the car icon on the far right of the interface will presumably show current information related to the car, with content determined by the car's manufacturer.

There's also evidence that users could see Google Now cards in a separate part of the interface, though the process for reaching that interface isn't exactly clear. It's possible this could tie in with the car icon mentioned above.

Final Thoughts

While it's ultimately up to the manufacturer how to implement Android in the Car, it's easy to imagine this basic Google-fied interface appearing in at least the first batch of AitC models. That's not to say, however, that what we've just seen will be the final implementation. AitC is still under active development and, as such, can change significantly before release.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • Guest

    Be the first to comment.

    • Karan Pratap Singh

      You mean the first to contempt?

      • siddude11

        What? Be the first one to get Raped?

  • Guest

    Don't look nice ...

    • http://chosafine.svbtle.com/ Cristian Colocho

      This a mockup and not the actual ui pal.

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

        Plus this is still in very early development stages.

        • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

          This is probably the most important thing to remember. Our mockups represent the interface according to the information we have, but since AitC is still very young, it could change drastically.

          • OneToRuleThemAll

            Hope so, cause it has too much white for the night ride...

    • siddude11

      your name isn't nice...

  • stefanos

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  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

    As long as I can install music apps I want (granted, they'll probably need to work on car-specific interfaces first), like Spotify, I'll be happy.

    Google's been putting a lot of emphasis on voice in Android in the last few years, which made interfaces entirely controllable by voice, like AitC, possible. And watches, and future Android TV. Sure makes a lot of sense to me.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ David Ruddock

      The day I buy a car because of the OS it runs is the day cars are dead to me.

      • PhineasJW

        Save this post!

        When self-driving cars become mandatory we all know you'll be holding out for the one with Android 11 -- Tapioca Pudding.

        • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

          I'm just hoping for a Nexus hood ornament.

          • Corey Watford

            Well what about a Nexus Stock Racing Car...Stock wink wink

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

        You're going to run out of piece of crap old fart Mercedes buckets to buy sooner or later.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/ David Ruddock

          That's what you think.

  • PhineasJW

    AP -- your call and message videos are reversed.

    Looks interesting enough.

    Of course, I'm sure car manufacturers would *love* to invent another $2K add-on to take the place of the dying in-car Navigation system. And telcos would love to sell you another, redundant mobile contract.

    So, if this works with an existing Android phone in a Miracast/WiFi-direct sort-of way, it'd be both cool and useful. If it requires an "ARM-powered Technology Package™" with bundled mobile data! -- then *good luck*. I think the tech savvy will stick to their 5" phone + a car mount.

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      I noticed that just a minute ago and have updated the post, thanks!
      I agree, for me AitC won't be a real selling point when it comes time to buy a new car - from what we've seen (which admittedly isn't a lot), there's not a feature that really calls out to me as a reason I HAVE to have this. That said, it does seem pretty handy.

      • PhineasJW

        It's handy, But would it be hand for $1-2K + another monthly contract? :)

        • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

          Certainly not. At least not yet.

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/ron-amadeo/ Ron Amadeo

    It's not really called "Android in the Car," right? All these offshoots should have matching names, like "Android Drive" which would match "Android Wear."

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      I probably could have been more clear about that - no, AitC isn't an official name yet. I think Android Drive might cause some brand confusion but I like the idea of a one-word addition for each offshoot.

      • jm9843

        Android Vroom?

        • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

          There we go! :P

  • heat361

    Videos are not playing for me on Chrome for android and Chrome beta for android.

    • Taco Monster

      Or on the desktop, for that matter (Chrome OS).

      • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

        We've switched them all to YouTube, so they should be playing for Chrome OS users now. Sorry about that!

        • Taco Monster

          Awesome. Thanks.

    • Ibrahim Yusuf

      pause it, wait a few seconds and then play it again

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      We're seeing a lot of reports of issues with the player right now, so I'm going to switch them over to YouTube.

      • heat361

        Okay thanks, I guess I'll wait a bit until it uploads to YouTube.

        • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

          They're up! Sorry for the confusion.

          • heat361

            No problem :) Refreshing, Refreshing Refreshing!

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        Added embedded video since v3.6 currently on v3.9.1 and still doesn't work properly.

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        Embedded videos supported since v3.6 now currently on v3.9.1 and still not working properly.
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      • Simon Belmont

        Those videos never showed up for me in Firefox or the AOSP browser. In fact they crashed the AOSP browser for me, almost every time.

        Only place they worked is on Chrome and Chrome mobile. Odd.

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      Doesn't play on Firefox v28 for desktop either.

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        Try a refresh, we've moved the videos to YouTube.

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        Bro, do you even Firefox 29?

  • nvllsvm

    FFS, just give us a dumb display which lets us use a phone as the driver (mirrored or extended display).

    • Nick Cannon

      This x999999999999

      Why can't I mirror my android phone on an android tablet in someway at least??

      Don't need another device to maintain...

      • kashtrey

        Because that either requires Google to do some magic for iPhone users or potentially lose millions of potential users. Not to mention the fact that automakers would likely never support such a barebones implementation because it would mean they'd have to create a secondary "no phone available mode" with duplicative function.

  • Nathan Starr

    This would be great. The on-board interfaces are horrible. I know more than one person who has just mounted a tablet over the car's interface. I would be happy to at least get google maps in the car. I always use my phone, or my wife's iphone for any gps needs.

  • Shark Bait

    Looks pretty much what I was hoping for. I hope theirs a button on the steering wheel to activate google now. Also hoping for NFC pairing and wireless charging built in. Please make it a seamless experience.
    Also I hope this can be retro fitted, I hate to have to buy a whole new car for a slice of android!

    • http://briancalderon.name Brian A. Calderon

      Glad to know I'm not the only one who thinks NFC and Qi are essential in cars. It is perfect for this type of use.

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      • nvllsvm

        What does NFC do that connecting via Bluetooth cannot? I use Tasker to perform specific operations when connected to my car's Bluetooth.

        • Matt

          An NFC tag isn't a connection. What it does is tell Bluetooth to turn on, set ringer to off, and start playing music if you would like.

          • kashtrey

            It can be used to tell the phone and the car the pairing details to initially set it up without having to go through menus or punch in codes. I don't have cables in my car for connecting phone audio (since I have bluetooth) but if anyone ever wants to play music in my car it's a huge pain to pair bluetooth. It's not so much that it's difficult, it just takes like 5 minutes or so, and even if it's my friend pairing the device, I can't be driving while it's in the process.

        • caffeineTX

          You can pair a phone for hands free calling/ad2p music streaming just by tapping it on a certain spot, maybe you have an address pulled up on google maps and you tap your phone near the headunit and it send the address to the cars navigation system. You could also get a little fancy as an automaker and have an NFC tag for locking/unlocking the car door.

          There are a bunch of possibilities, NFC for pairing devices and other more basic functions are probably most likely to appear.

          • Shark Bait

            Exactly the kind of thingsI want it to do, just do things so I don't need to . I think NFC has so many possible uses, but non that are actually useful yet. More things need it built in than just phones, and cars would be a great place to start

        • Alexei Watson

          I imagine two charging pads, one on the drivers side, one on the passengers side, the BT connection and driver profiles can be assigned to the phone which sits on the drivers side (via NFC), and both phones can charge at once.

          I have a QI charger (the air dock) in my car and it's super convenient, it would be awesome to see it as a built in car feature.

    • godutch

      If you have an Audi, I think you can forget about Audi making a retrofit kit

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  • Derek Dudley

    If this came to aftermarket radios id love one

    • kashtrey

      I do believe there's already been talk that aftermarket manufacturers are in on the idea.

  • loudambiance

    I want this as an app on Android on phones....

  • Nick Cannon

    PLEASE someone make an app that'll just mirror my phone on a display or cheap tablet with touchscreen!

    Wireless or plug-in, doesn't matter to me

  • D.I.

    OK, Google, call a tow truck.

  • NF

    Do you think the car button would be like home? It'd have car information as well as an application drawer.

    Of course it might just run via voice only.

    • http://AndroidPolice.com/ Liam Spradlin

      That's an interesting thought. The car could be a home button, though that isn't very intuitive. That would open up a UI for accessing apps, though.

      • Tony Raffini

        It makes sense. Maybe the idea is that an icon of a house doesn't apply because you are not in a house, you're in a car.

        • kashtrey

          I think most people understand the whole "home" concept by now, more so than the abstract idea of "oh the car must be analogous of home." I think it's more likely that you're seeing a driving mode and you can only access physical app lists while the vehicle is parked. While the vehicle is moving, I'd suspect the only way to launch apps would be through voice.

  • Rob

    I believe Audi AG is one of the companies that has signed on to work with Google on implementing AitC in their cars. I doubt that Audi's designers will not tweak this interface is some way, shape or form - and that's probably a good thing.

  • Simon Belmont

    "Instead, Google reads the message back, and asks if the user would like to send." FINALLY.

    So, this basically means they'll be adding the ability to hear your dictated messages before sending them off, thus making things more hands-free. I'm making a big guess that this will trickle down into Google Search for phones, too. Hopefully along with reading back of incoming texts and other forms of communication at a voice command. This is great news, for me at least, if accurate, because it's been a sorely lacking feature that both Siri and Cortana can already do.

    • whispy_snippet

      Who's looking forward to Google IO? :D

      • Simon Belmont

        Me! Ding ding ding.

        Yeah, I honestly can't wait for I/O. Should be a hoot compared to last year's, though I do love my Chromecasts!

    • senor_heisenberg

      You can send text messages hands free now. It even asks which number and if you want to send it now. Google just doesn't repeat what your text says. They've been improving the "voice of Google" stuff a lot more lately.

      • Simon Belmont

        Oh yeah, I know it asks me the contact and if I want to send it and I do use that. It's just that that's useless if I have to look at my phone to see if the message is right (while driving and using a Bluetooth headset for example) and, at the moment, I can't even use my Bluetooth headset to activate Google Now when the screen is off (just brings up that old dialer), which is a major bummer.

        That's why I want it to offer to read the message back to me or just do it automatically, and THEN ask to send or cancel, so I don't have to look at the screen to verify the message's contents. One minor thing would make it infinitely more useful. And an extension of that would be to read incoming messages at my command and offer to reply, all hands-free. These are really no-brainer features that I'm sure we'll see soon.

    • kashtrey

      It's weird because Moto added this feature a few months back to the voice stuff on the X. I feel like Google allowed some software things to come out on Moto first. I also suspect that Google sometimes intentionally drags their feat on certain "obvious" features so that they can allow their OEMs and 3rd party devs some time to make some money, differentiate, and also to see what the best they can come up with is (to perhaps crib some ideas).

      • Simon Belmont

        Very good point. It's also something I've wondered in the back of my head, too.

        But, if they're moving towards a silver program where OEMs use near stock Android for some devices, it makes sense for Google to implement the obvious features, and really, my guess is they were going to anyway, but they're just trying to do it well (thus it takes time to roll out). More evidence is the in-car integration and Android Wear.

    • Jeremy Nixon

      Incoming texts being read are already a standard with Moto X

      • Simon Belmont

        Yeah. I know.

        I don't have a Moto X, though (I have a Nexus 5). It seems to me that reading texts back should be a pretty simple thing for Google to implement in Android for everyone, and I fully expect to see it soon for all devices, especially given the whole push towards wearables and in-car integration.

  • Renaldo Johnson

    Anyone who has used the abysmal excuse for a car interface in any of the recent Hondas (love the brand because of my families history and my uncle being head mechanic at a dealership) knows that there is has been a need for an overhaul for YEARS. The interface on both my mother's 2010 CRV and fathers 09 Civic are a chore to navigate around, and there are a good 8-10 buttons framing the touchscreen.

    With access to powerful apps that get updated on the fly like Waze and GMaps, I refuse to use the built-in GPS because it'll likely be outdated once the car rolls off the assembly.

    While an Android specific interface wasn't what I was dreaming about, an interface that is easy to navigate and utilizes the cellular connectivity of our phones would be a godsend.

    • hoosiercub88

      You just described the in-car entertainment experience of basically every make/model since OEMs started to pretend to care about cramming this kind of technology into cars.

    • Brian Lippman

      "With access to powerful apps that get updated on the fly like Waze and GMaps, I refuse to use the built-in GPS because it'll likely be outdated once the car rolls off the assembly."

      My mom just got a new Dodge (can't remember exact model) and it's dashboard display is horrendous. The biggest insult? GPS through it is an ADD ON AND COSTS EXTRA! Really?! Almost every other device made in the last 5 years come with GPS standard and FREE (thanks Google Maps!) but it costs extra in a car? Disgusting. Then there's the dumb things like the "black display" which is crap since it's LCD and you still have the lights from the sides shining brightly, so it really does nothing.

  • abobobilly

    "OK Google! Turn Off traction control".
    "OK Google! Crank up the boost upto 23psi".
    "OK Google! Prepare my car for a Drag Race".

    **just imagine**

  • Wesley Modderkolk

    People outside of the US are gonna love this!

  • tenchu

    Fuck that - id rather use my phone.

  • http://www.androidpolice.com/author/pamela-hill/ Pamela Hill

    Fast forward 2 years and I can already hear the whining about wanting stock Android in the car with people replying, "just root your car." (or would it be "root your dashboard??")

    • AppleMinions,☞,BowDown

      Sounds wonderful! Android at its finest.

    • domahman

      Root my car so it has higher priority and break speeding laws when possible. It'll be an unknown id but makes use of data provided by the google cloud. Well...if not, at least we can retire traffic cops lol.

    • Brian Lippman

      Hopefully, car manufacturer "skinned android" will be better than the terrible, proprietary, laggy interfaces in cars now.

      • kashtrey

        Car manufacturers have never put together good software, they'll likely ruin AitC with skinning and put massive "locking" on AitC due to "safety" concerns. I have little faith that anything they put on top of Android will help, hopefully Google pulls a Windows Phone and allows them only to skin/customize the car tab.

  • Jason Brown

    niiice! hopefully google gets more car companies to join the alliance

  • NunjaBusiness

    I use my S4 with CarHome Ultra and have pretty much zero issues for things I do in the car. I do not want Android controlling ANY engine/system settings, thank you, so I'm good as I am.

    • Brian Lippman

      As far as i know, none of these car OS' have actual interaction with/control over the engine or any of that stuff, other than to get and display some basic information like speed, etc. These things are basically an evolution of the radio, with an integrated GPS device.

      • NunjaBusiness

        Which is all stuff my BT OBDII adapter feeds me through Torque.
        Of course that gets displayed on the Nexus Tablet on the big screen!

  • Brian Lippman

    I have a feeling that third-party apps will be "casted" to AitC, so like when you're on a wifi connection with a Chromecast it shows the 'cast' button, when your phone's bluetooth connects to AitC, a similar button will appear in the app, from some forthcoming AitC API, that pushes the AitC info to the car. Example: "Cast" Play Music to the car, it pushes the album art, info and the song through to the AitC part, with basic controls on the car display possible, that are sent back to the phone.

    • kashtrey

      If anything, it will just automatically link all possible apps with car modes from your phone to your vehicle. Having to manually switch "casts" from Spotify to Pandora or something would otherwise require you manipulating the phone, thus negating the whole hands free aspects of AitC. Also, Google will almost certainly aim this to be platform agnostic (at least somewhat) so reliance on a phone for all 3rd party apps will hurt that.

  • MIKEEEEE

    they're going to go a quantum leap ahead of my 10 inch xyboard on a ram mount mounted right by my fingertips.

  • hp420

    It's a built-in tablet with a custom launcher. A 3rd party dev could make this in about a week. Hell, Sony already did it by making a head unit with an Xperia mount. There seems to be WAY too much excitement over this, considering what it is.

    BTW, the author says "Android in the Car (the name we'll use when discussing the project for now, for lack of an official name)"

    - ummm....GearHead?? Why not refer to it by its project name?? It's better than writing "Android in the Car" every other sentence, right?
    "....Google's vision for Android in the Car, referred to internally as Gearhead."

  • Hansen Harlley

    Seems as if WordPress' built-in gamer continues to be some shit. http://bit.ly/1hqGpzB

  • Simon Belmont

    On a side note, I really hate DISQUS lately. I accidentally left this tab open all holiday weekend and I came back to my computer crawling and the RAM basically filled up because of some poorly implemented DISQUS script (probably one that updates who has replied to comments and upvotes) that was sucking up resources and CPU time.

    This isn't the only time it's happened either, so it's not a fluke. Something that has changed recently in their software is doing this. Not blaming AP here, at all. It's DISQUS and I'm getting DISQUSted with it.

    • Dakota

      Maybe email Disqus directly as this blog can't address that. They may be able to give you some tips

      • Simon Belmont

        Well. I wasn't asking AP to address it as you can see I even mentioned it wasn't AP's fault at the bottom of my post.

        I was just making it known that it's an issue that I've been having as of late, and perhaps to get feedback from other people facing the same problem. I've already contacted DISQUS about it, and I'm awaiting a response

  • Dakota

    Are we going to get to a place where certain cars will have ios & others Android. So you're going to have to choose Honda or Toyota or Ford etc based on your phone OS & won't be able to switch platforms until you switch cars? I sure hope not

    • Simon Belmont

      That would be a sad world, indeed. It does look like it's heading that way. But, given how much automakers favored the iPod's dock connection for so many years, I wouldn't be surprised. Thankfully, Bluetooth and aux connections overcame that, for the most part.

      Android has more clout these days, but I wish it could just be a universal system that gives you the power to choose no matter the car. You choose what OS you want to use in your car and can switch it at your leisure according to your needs.

  • BruinGuy

    My preference would be for the car's screen to just mirror my phone in car mode.

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