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You can still listen to music and make phone calls, read text, etc with just bluetooth. The actual Android Auto interface needs to be plugged in before you can access the maps and everything you see within that menu.
Yep.

So, for additional functionality, access to certain Android apps, and the Android Auto user experience/GUI, you need the cable.

You can see some of the screens here:
https://www.android.com/auto/

And here's some images from around the web. It's a nice interface that's easy to use for supported apps. Personally, I prefer it, but everyone else's needs may vary.








 

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I've been using it in my old Sequoia with just a Bluetooth interface with my mounted on the dash and have quite enjoyed it.
 
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