This time, an updated version is expected to be released in the summer, which will apply to all versions used independently on vehicles. It includes a split-screen display mode after the update so that users can avoid the problem of frequently switching between the main screen and the app during the operation process, thereby simplifying the operation process.
In addition, the new version of the interface will also natively correspond to in-vehicle system screens designed with different resolutions and sizes. Even if the vehicle dashboard adopts an extreme aspect ratio, it can be presented in the best interface.
As for the concept of Android L, a similar design can also be seen on Android Auto with larger display screen specifications. The app interface will be optimized for large-size screens. In addition, YouTube on Android Auto can also support Chromecast casting, which means that users can directly cast YouTube content on their mobile phones to watch on the in-car system.