At CES 2015 we had a lot of different products, from smartphones to eye-tracker devices for tablets, and producers who showed up how their implementation of Android Auto will look once available on the market. Among such companies we also had Panasonic.
Thanks to phandroid.com we got the chance to see who Panasonic imagined a car-console running Android Auto platform. Unlike other producers that are going to offer a drop-in solution where you can add Android Auto to any car, Panasonic will bring this console built from factory into vehicles.
Like any other Android device, we get a pretty common driver user-interface and a couple of apps in order to make the driving experience more hands-free. Also, we can see how Panasonic introduced some knob-based volume controls. Would you like a car with such a computer installed, or simple is always better?