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- Jun 18, 2010
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MacRumors reports that General Motors has today shared images of the first of its cars to feature Apple’s CarPlay. In the photos (which first appeared on TechCrunch), you can see the first gorgeous Corvette Z06s rolling off the assembly line, and according to Chevy, the cars are now on their way to car dealerships and happy customers.
The Chevy Corvette is only the second CarPlay-equipped car to be made available to the public to buy so far since CarPlay was first announced by Apple back in March 2014, with the Ferarri FF being the very first. However, consumers have been able to get the service via products from such specialist in-car audio companies as Alpine and Pioneer.
CarPlay is integrated into the Corvette’s 8-inch colour touchscreen along with Chevrolet’s MyLink system.
If you’re thinking that you like the look of the 2016 Corvette Z06, especially with CarPlay included, then you’ll need to dig deep in your pockets, as this little beauty will set you back around $79,000!
Source: First Chevy CarPlay Vehicle 650-HP Corvette Z06 Heading to Dealers - Mac Rumors