Honda debuts new Accord with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Honda is the latest car company to move into Apple’s backyard.

The car company opened a new research and development facility in Mountain View Thursday, the company’s largest such facility outside of its headquarters in Japan. Honda also unveiled its new 2016 Accord, which will be the first in the company’s lineup to support both Apple’s CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto platforms.

The refreshed Accord sports a redesigned exterior that Honda says is sportier and “more sophisticated” with a new aluminum hood and 19-inch wheels. Inside, the car is equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen display that supports both Apple CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto. The car will be available in the same four- and six-cylinder engine variations as the 2015 Accord. …

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