Volkswagen MIB II Infotainment System

Android user? iOS fanboy? New Volkswagens won't discriminate.

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Like Hyundai's new Display Audio, Volkswagen's MIB II infotainment system is powered by your smartphone, providing a familiar interface and in-dash connectivity that won't break the bank.

Most importantly, MIB II doesn't care which smartphone OS you use—Android and iOS are equally welcome. It'll detect your phone when it's plugged in, and launch either an Apple CarPlay or Android Auto interface. And unlike Hyundai's solution, MIB II supports a select group of additional phones via MirrorLink technology.

Read our in-depth coverage of the Volkswagen MIB II infotainment system.

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