SWEDISH EV maker Polestar is continuing its strategic relationship with Google.
The latest innovations for cars with Google built-in are rolling out for Polestar cars, including new features that are available in Polestar 2.
They are being demonstrated at Google's Android booth at the Conumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in Polestar 3.
Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar CEO, said: "Google is one of our most important technology partners. Since launching Polestar 2 over three years ago, we have seen the Android Automotive OS ecosystem expand with a long list of new apps and functionalities being introduced. Our strong relationship continues to deliver new features for Polestar owners, and they will enrich Polestar 3 and Polestar 4 this year as well."
Google is introducing a new feature that allows users to plan trips on Google Maps on their Android or iOS device and simply send the planned route to Google Maps built into the Polestar 2. The feature begins rolling out immediately.
Polestar has been an early adopter of in-car browsing, having launched the Vivaldi browser for Polestar 2 in 2021.
Now, Chrome browser is starting to roll out for Polestar 2 in beta, bringing drivers a familiar and easy-to-use browsing experience while parked.