According to foreign media reports, Honda this week launched the new 2021 accord, which is equipped with upgraded styling and technical features, including the integration of wireless Carplay and Android auto for high-end EX-L and touring models, and operation through an 8-inch touch screen. Wireless Carplay runs over Bluetooth and Wi Fi without the need for iPhone to connect to the infotainment system via a lightning cable. < / P > < p > Hyundai also added wireless Carplay and Android auto support to its 2021 SANTA FE models, but did not install a navigation system. Cabled Carplay and Android auto are still standard on models equipped with navigation devices. In addition, the car now comes with a larger 8-inch touch screen, an upgrade to the previous 7-inch display. < / P > < p > in addition to Honda and Hyundai, wireless Carplay is also supported on some models of Ford, GM, Chrysler, BMW and Mercedes Benz. Alpine and pioneer also provide after-sales wireless Carplay system self installation service. < / P > < p > earlier this week, the 2021 accord began selling a wireless Carplay version at Honda dealers in the U.S., starting at $31090. The 2021 Santa Fe will not arrive at major dealers in the United States until the end of the year. As for the price, it has not been announced. Skip to content