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Renault-Nissan forms tie-up with Google


The French-Japanese auto alliance announced a technology partnership that will make its vehicles among the first to use Google’s Android operating system in the dashboard, letting Alphabet Inc’s software control mapping and navigation, infotainment and a suite of apps directly installed in the car.

The French-Japanese auto alliance announced a technology partnership that will make its vehicles among the first to use Google’s Android operating system in the dashboard, letting Alphabet Inc’s software control mapping and navigation, infotainment and a suite of apps directly installed in the car.

SOUTHFIELD: Renault SA, Nissan Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors Corp are about to do what many carmakers have been trying to avoid: let Google into the dashboard.

The French-Japanese auto alliance announced a technology partnership that will make its vehicles among the first to use Google’s Android operating system in the dashboard, letting Alphabet Inc’s software control mapping and navigation, infotainment and a suite of apps directly installed in the car.

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