Porsche’s electric supercar, the Taycan, will be the first-ever car to have an integrated, standalone Apple Music app.
This is different from having CarPlay integrated into your car and accessing Apple Music through that. According to TechCrunch, which spoke to Porsche North America CEO Klaus Zellmer, the car owner’s Apple ID will be linked with the Porsche Taycan ID, and their music collection will be always available in the car without any pairing or signing in.
The Apple Music app will be available through Taycan’s touchscreen display, and users will also be able to invoke it via voice commands and access playlists, radio stations, albums, and individual songs.
As for the Taycan, you can’t buy it yet, even if you’ll be able to afford the car, which will likely start at around $75,000. Taycan will officially be launched in September and is slated to become available in 2020.