Amazon’s Alexa has been around for three years, but you can count on one hand the number of cars that have integrated the voice-controlled technology. The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi is the only car on the market right now with Alexa, although BMW says some of its models, including select Minis, will feature the voice assistant starting in mid-2018. Nissan is working on bringing Alexa into its cars as well. But until then, we’ll have to make do with the third-party gadgets to talk to Alexa in our cars.
Speak Music, a San Jose-based startup behind the voice-controlled Melody app, announced a new device that allows drivers to access their music and navigation functions using Alexa. Muse is the “first pure Amazon Alexa-enabled device for your…
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