I just got finished spending some time in the plush leather seats of a Maserati Ghibli, but I wasn't there for the luxury or the speed. I was taking a look at a concept of how Android N could be combined with Android Auto to power more of the car than you've probably seen before. Googled and Qualcomm installed a massive touchscreen in the center of the dash and also replaced the screen behind the steering wheel. Then, they set up the HVAC and infotainment to run off Android completely.
If you're familiar with Android Auto, you'll notice something new and clever here: the split screen. The top half of the screen shows a rotating set of widgets related to your last activity, while the bottom panel is a big view of your current activity….