General Motors-Holden has revealed that its all-new sub-$15,000 Holden Spark car – due to go on sale in April – will come with Apple CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto entertainment systems installed as standard.
These features are usually associated with much higher-priced luxury and sports cars.
Holden says Spark will also feature an in-built 7-inch colour touchscreen, voice recognition and its MyLink infotainment system. An up-market model called Spark LT also will feature keyless entry and push-button start.
Pricing of the Spark will start at $13,990 for manual vehicles and $14,990 for an automatic. And, no – it won’t park itself, Volvo style.