Pretty much every automobile manufacturer offers infotainment units that are capable of basic bluetooth pairing with both Apple and Android devices. Once paired, any music playing on your phone should come out through the vehicle's speakers, and depending on the vehicle you may be able to use the steering wheel audio controls and the artist and track name may appear on a screen. Some systems, such as Ford Sync and Chrysler Uconnect add a bit of additional functionality such as displaying turn by turn directions or adding voice control, but no full screen mirroring. Mercedes, Mazda, and KIA showcased similar upcoming systems that more deeply interact with Android devices, but which aren't yet available. Audi vehicles seem to be the most integrated; they include a phone box, a special cubbyhole for your phone engineered to provide the best possible reception and also wireless charging. Audi also showed an Android tablet, designed (with crash worthiness in mind) for controlling different aspects of the car from the passenger seats, or even remotely.