General Motors will become the first car maker to integrate Apple’s Siri personal assistant into its vehicles, announcing today that it will include functionality for the software in its new Chevrolet Spark (1LT, 2LT) and Sonic LTZ and RS models, available early next year. The company confirmed it would support Siri earlier in the year at WWDC, but today’s announcement confirms which of its cars will allow owners to connect their devices to the standard Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system installed in the Chevrolet models.
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