It’s sometimes easy to forget that Apple has fairly large ambitions to be a part of your traveling and vehicular experience as well as your everyday life. Apple has its own CarPlay system that is being integrated within vehicles across the world, and the company has now shared an exhaustive list of all vehicles make and models which will ship with CarPlay compatible infotainment units.

The list contains over 100 vehicles that are available or will be available within the United States and other countries, compiled from the inventories of 21 vehicle manufacturers across the globe.

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Full list of Apple CarPlay compatible vehicles is as follows:

Audi

  • 2017 Q7
  • 2017 A4

Buick

  • 2016 LaCrosse
  • 2016 Regal

Cadillac

  • 2016 ATS
  • 2016 ATS Coupe
  • 2016 ATS-V
  • 2016 ELR
  • 2016 CTS
  • 2016 CTS-V
  • 2016 XTS
  • 2016 Escalade
  • 2016 Escalade ESV
  • 2016 CT6

Chevrolet

  • 2016 Spark
  • 2016 Cruze
  • 2016 Malibu
  • 2016 Camaro
  • 2016 Camaro Convertible
  • 2016 Silverado
  • 2016 Silverado HD
  • 2016 Impala
  • 2016 Volt
  • 2016 Corvette
  • 2016 Corvette Convertible
  • 2016 Colorado
  • 2016 Tahoe
  • 2016 Suburban

Citroen

  • 2016 C3
  • 2016 C4
  • 2016 C5
  • 2016 Berlingo Multispace

DS Automobiles

  • 2016 DS 3
  • 2016 DS 3 Cabrio
  • 2016 DS 4
  • 2016 DS 5

Ferrari

  • 2016 California T
  • 2016 488 Spider
  • 2016 488 GTB
  • 2016 F12 Berlinetta
  • 2016 F12 tdf
  • 2016 FF

Ford

  • 2017 Ford Escape

GMC

  • 2016 Canyon
  • 2016 Yukon
  • 2016 Yukon XL
  • 2016 Sierra

Honda

  • 2016 Accord
  • 2016 Civic
  • 2017 NSX

Hyundai

  • 2016 Sonata
  • 2017 Elantra

Mercedes-Benz

  • 2016 A-Class
  • 2016 B-Class
  • 2016 GLE-Class
  • 2016 CLA-Class
  • 2016 CLS-Class
  • 2016 E-Class Coupe
  • 2016 E-Class Cabriolet
  • 2016 GLA-Class

Mitsubishi

  • 2016 Pajero
  • 2017 Mirage

Opel

  • 016 Adam
  • 2016 KARL
  • 2016 Corsa
  • 2016 Astra
  • 2016 Insignia

Porsche

  • 2016 911
  • 2017 Macan

Peugeot

  • 2016 208
  • 2016 Partner Teepe

Seat

  • 2016 Ibiza
  • 2016 Leon
  • 2016 Toledo
  • 2016 Alhambra

Skoda

  • 2016 Superb
  • 2016 Fabia
  • 2016 Rapid
  • 2016 Octavia
  • 2016 Yeti

Suzuki

  • 2016 Baleno
  • 2016 Vitara
  • 2016 SX4 S-CROSS
  • 2016 Ciaz

Volkswagen

  • 2016 Jetta
  • 2016 Passat
  • 2016 CC
  • 2016 Beetle
  • 2016 Beetle Cabrio
  • 2016 Golf
  • 2016 GTI
  • 2016 Golf R
  • 2016 e-Golf
  • 2016 Tiguan
  • 2016 Golf SportWagen
  • 2016 Fox
  • 2016 Polo
  • 2016 Scirocco
  • 2016 Sharan
  • 2016 Spacefox
  • 2016 Touran
  • 2016 Lamando

Volvo

  • 2016 XC90
  • 2017 S90

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It seems that German automobile maker Volkswagen plans on well and truly embracing the CarPlay era with a total of eighteen vehicles supporting the platform. Let’s hope none of those 2016 ship with the infamous “defeat device” installed that has caused so much controversy for the company in the last six months. Vehicles equipped with Apple’s CarPlay provide a hands-free access to certain functionality, such as mapping, phone calls, messaging, music playback of course, and much more. There’s also instant access to third-party applications from a number of chosen suppliers.

There’s a great deal of emphasis being placed on the connected smart home at the minute, which is being led at a consumer level by the fact that manufactures are starting to conform to Apple’s HomeKit in droves, and now, we have CarPlay being headed into the same direction.

If you’re planning a new vehicle purchase this year, which one would you go for?

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