Thursday , November 15 2018 Ausdroid » Tech on the Road » Holden Colorado arriving at dealers on the 1st of September with Android Auto

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Announced as the Chevrolet Colorado back in April, Holden has today announced the Holden Colorado will be arriving at dealers across Australia from the 1st of September with Android Auto on board.

While the focus for Holden is the fresh styling, off-road capability and ‘go-anywhere spirit’ of the Colorado, it’s the high-tech additions to their MyLink entertainment system that interests us. The Colorado will feature either a 7” and 8” colour touchscreen powered by Android Auto (or Apple CarPlay) housed in the vehicle’s centre stack. The MyLink unit includes Bluetooth streaming, voice recognition and Digital (DAB+) radio as standard.

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The Colorado can be seen tonight at the State of Origin final in Sydney at ANZ stadium, but will be arriving at Dealers across Australia with pricing in tow from September 1st. To sign up for information on the 2017 Holden Colorado you can head to the Holden Website.

Source: Holden.

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