2024 Nissan Rogue SUV front and side view

Do Nissan vehicles come with Google built-in technology?  

2024 Nissan Rogue: the first Nissan with Google built-in 

In the ever-evolving landscape of automotive technology, Nissan has taken a bold step into the future by integrating Google technology into their vehicles. This collaboration brings a seamless and connected driving experience, enhancing both convenience and safety for Nissan drivers. 

Which Nissan vehicles have Google built-in? 

The 2024 Nissan Rogue will be the first Nissan model to have Google built-in. However, once one vehicle adopts a new technology, we generally expect it to spread to other cars quickly, and we’re sure you’ll soon see Google built-in on most or all of the Nissan lineup. 

What is Google built-in technology? 

Google Built-In Technology refers to the integration of Google services and applications directly into a vehicle’s infotainment system. This collaboration between Nissan and Google brings the power of the tech giant’s ecosystem to the driver’s fingertips, revolutionizing the driving experience. 

2024 Nissan Rogue steering wheel
2024 Nissan Rogue front seats side view

Three key features of Google built-in technology 

These three key features of Google built-in give you a good idea of what the technology offers: 

  1. Google Maps integration for better routing

Navigating unfamiliar roads has never been easier. With Google Maps seamlessly integrated into Nissan vehicles, drivers can enjoy real-time navigation, traffic updates, and intelligent route suggestions based on current conditions. Say goodbye to the days of fumbling with your smartphone for directions—now, it’s all conveniently displayed on your car’s infotainment screen. 

  1. Voice commands with Google Assistant

Keeping your hands on the wheel and eyes on the road is a top priority. With Google Assistant integration, Nissan drivers can perform various tasks using voice commands, from making calls and sending messages to adjusting climate control settings. It’s like having a personal assistant right in your car. 

  1. In-vehicle access to the Google Play Store

Google built-in technology means drivers can now access the Google Play Store directly from their vehicles. This opens up a world of possibilities, allowing users to download and install a wide range of apps to enhance their driving experience. The options are virtually limitless, including music streaming, productivity tools, and entertainment apps.