A number of auto-manufacturers have announced their adoption of Apple’s Car-Play have mentioned them in reference to cars and for much better reason. It just works with screens and it will be started to become all over the place on new 4-wheeled vehicles. On Tuesday, Honda has announced that the new addition of its Gold Wind touring motorcycle will become the 1st motorcycle using Apple’s iPhone-porting service. The new Gold Wing presents CarPlay performance that through a dash-mounted 7-inch LCD, but it shouldn’t be considered touch-sensitive.
The Road Show has indicated that the riders will have to plug their iPhone in via USB in either the trunk or a compartment in the gas tank. It will then link up a Bluetooth headset to activate CarPlay due to a requirement from Apple. They can also navigate through features via directional buttons on the left handlebar or via a keypad on top of the gas tank. Still, discomforted UX is often the chance of the first adopters. If you need to be the cool kid on the moto block who can talk to their iPhone and their motorcycle while riding. The 2018 Gold Wing is expected to be available at 23,500 U.S dollars.