So far, rollout of new vehicles with the software actually enabled for end-users have been slow (the Ferrari FF is the only confirmed one so far), but Chevrolet’s production shipments represent the beginning of what’s likely to become a widespread trend.
Recently, GM also announced that starting in 2016 its Cadillac vehicles will feature the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support. The additions are part of a broader enhancement of CUE, Cadillac’s user experience, with new features and a faster, streamlined operation.
The CarPlay experience is also getting a big boost with iOS 9. Apple announced at WWDC that if your car supports a wireless connection to iPhone, you can use CarPlay without plugging in. CarPlay also will play audio messages, so you can hear from people in their own voices, and if you use your car’s knobs to control CarPlay, you will be able to take full advantage of the way they tilt and spin to scroll through lists or pan around in Maps. Additionally, apps developed by car manufacturers will be supported so you can control more of your car's features.
Take a look at a couple photos of the Corvette Z06 below...