Ford Vehicles with Android Auto (17 Models: Full List)

New infotainment systems feature high-resolution touchscreen displays and support Android Auto, which has become essential for the convenience and optimal enjoyment of modern cars.

The Ford cars, SUVs, trucks, and electric vehicles in this post have Android Auto integration, either wireless or wired with a USB cable.


When Did Ford Get Android Auto?

The latest Ford cars, SUVs, and trucks have Android Auto.

Most Ford vehicles started getting Android Auto in 2017, and the Edge and Explorer SUVs were some of the earliest Ford models to have smartphone connectivity as standard across all trims.

Wireless smartphone charging and voice recognition are integral to the newer infotainment systems.

Check the corresponding table to see when each Ford model below has Android Auto.

Meanwhile, drivers on Apple smartphones may find the post on Fords with Apple CarPlay useful.

Ford Cars with Android Auto

#1 Ford Fiesta

2020 saw the subcompact Fiesta entering Ford’s scrapbooks after nearly a decade of providing budget buyers with a sporty yet practical little car.

2017, 2018, and 2019 Ford Fiesta models had Android Auto integration in the upper trims.

2016 and older Ford Fiestas did not support Android Auto.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2019 Ford FiestaYesSelect trims.
2018 Ford FiestaYesSelect trims.
2017 Ford FiestaYesSelect trims.
2016 & earlierNo.None.

#2 Ford Focus

The Focus is slightly larger than the Fiesta but still a compact car.

In 2017 and 2018, the final two production years, the Ford Focus supported Android Auto in the upper trims.

Unfortunately, Android Auto wasn’t available in the 2016 and older Ford Focus.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2018 Ford FocusYesSelect trims.
2017 Ford FocusYesSelect trims.
2016 & earlierNo.None.

#3 Ford Mustang

This iconic coupe or convertible has been thrilling car enthusiasts for decades with its muscular powertrains and track-capable handling.

The Ford Mustang is relatively feature-rich for a muscle car, offering Android Auto support in most trim levels from 2017 onwards.

2016 and older Mustangs did not have Android Auto.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford MustangYesSelect trims.
2022 Ford MustangYesSelect trims.
2021 Ford MustangYesSelect trims.
2020 Ford MustangYesSelect trims.
2019 Ford MustangYesSelect trims.
2018 Ford MustangYesSelect trims.
2017 Ford MustangYesSelect trims.
2016 & earlierNo.None.

Ford SUVs with Android Auto

#4 Ford EcoSport

The EcoSport subcompact is Ford’s smallest SUV, and 2022 was EcoSport’s final production year.

Android Auto was available only in the Ford EcoSport’s higher trims from 2018 to 2022.

No Ford EcoSport supports wireless Android Auto.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2022 Ford EcoSportYesSelect trims.
2021 Ford EcoSportYesSelect trims.
2020 Ford EcoSportYesSelect trims.
2019 Ford EcoSportYesSelect trims.
2018 Ford EcoSportYesSelect trims.

#5 Ford Escape, Escape Hybrid, & Escape Plug-In Hybrid

In an ultra-competitive segment, the Ford Escape compact SUV is competent, with a smooth ride and roomy interior among its positives.

Ford offers the Escape SUV three powertrain options to broaden its appeal: gasoline-only, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid.

The Ford Escape crossover has had Android Auto since 2017, but mostly in the higher trims, although none has gained wireless connectivity.

Ford Escape models of 2016 and earlier were not Android Auto compatibility.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford EscapeYesSelect trims.
2022 Ford EscapeYesSelect trims.
2021 Ford EscapeYesSelect trims.
2020 Ford EscapeYesSelect trims.
2019 Ford EscapeYesSelect trims.
2018 Ford EscapeYesSelect trims.
2017 Ford EscapeYesSelect trims.
2016 & earlierNo.None.

#6 Ford Bronco Sport

The compact Ford Bronco Sport represents the acceptable compromise if you want a more comfortable ride on-road and don’t need the larger, ultra-off-road-capable Ford Bronco.

Since 2021, the Ford Bronco Sport has had standard Android Auto integration, although none has wireless connectivity.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford Bronco SportYesStandard.
2022 Ford Bronco SportYesStandard.
2021 Ford Bronco SportYesStandard.

#7 Ford Bronco

The Ford Bronco is one of the most capable four-wheel-drive off-roaders among midsize SUVs.

Since the new Ford Bronco debuted in 2021, it has had standard Android Auto, and you can choose to connect wirelessly or via a cable.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford BroncoYesStandard.
2022 Ford BroncoYesStandard.
2021 Ford BroncoYesStandard.
(1997-2020 hiatus)
1996 & earlierNo.None.

#8 Ford Edge

Ford Edge is the automaker’s two-row midsize SUV that travels better on-road than it goes off-road.

All Ford Edge models since 2020 have enjoyed standard Android Auto support across all trim levels.

Android Auto was available in 2017, 2018, and 2019 Ford Edge, but only in the higher trims.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford EdgeYesStandard.
2022 Ford EdgeYesStandard.
2021 Ford EdgeYesStandard.
2020 Ford EdgeYesStandard.
2019 Ford EdgeYesSelect trims.
2018 Ford EdgeYesSelect trims.
2017 Ford EdgeYesSelect trims.
2016 & earlierNo.None.

#9 Ford Explorer & Explorer Hybrid

This three-row midsize SUV is available in gas-only and hybrid powertrains.

Android Auto compatibility has been standard for the Ford Explorer since 2020, including the Explorer hybrid, although the connection remains via a USB cable.

2017, 2018, and 2019 Ford Explorer had Android Auto, but only in the upper trim levels.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford ExplorerYesStandard.
2022 Ford ExplorerYesStandard.
2021 Ford ExplorerYesStandard.
2020 Ford ExplorerYesStandard.
2019 Ford ExplorerYesSelect trims.
2018 Ford ExplorerYesSelect trims.
2017 Ford ExplorerYesSelect trims.
2016 & earlierNo.None.

Ford Trucks with Android Auto

#10 Ford Maverick

Ford Maverick compact truck has had standard Android Auto integration since 2022, although it isn’t wireless yet.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford MaverickYesStandard.
2022 Ford MaverickYesStandard.

#11 Ford Ranger

This midsize pickup is easier to park than full-size trucks and has enough towing and hauling capacities for the average user.

Android Auto smartphone support is available in a 2019 or newer Ford Ranger if you choose the XLT or higher trim level.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford RangerYesSelect trims.
2022 Ford RangerYesSelect trims.
2021 Ford RangerYesSelect trims.
2020 Ford RangerYesSelect trims.
2019 Ford RangerYesSelect trims.
(2012-2018 hiatus)
2011 & earlierNo.None.

#12 Ford F-150 & F-150 Hybrid & F-150 Lightning

Superior towing capacity and wide-ranging powertrain options are the F-150’s strong suits that make the truck one of America’s favorites.

2021 and newer Ford F-150 full-size pickups (including F-150 Hybrid and F-150 Lightning EV) have Android Auto as standard, with the 2023 model benefiting from wireless smartphone connectivity.

Most 2017 to 2020 Ford F-150 trim levels had Android Auto compatibility, including the popular XLT.

2016 or older F-150 models have no Android smartphone support.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Ford F-150YesStandard.
2022 Ford F-150YesStandard.
2021 Ford F-150YesStandard.
2020 Ford F-150YesSelect trims.
2019 Ford F-150YesSelect trims.
2018 Ford F-150YesSelect trims.
2017 Ford F-150YesSelect trims.
2016 & earlierNo.None.

#13 Ford F-150 Raptor

Since it debuted in 2017, Android Auto has been a standard provision for the Ford Raptor.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 F-150 RaptorYesStandard.
2022 F-150 RaptorYesStandard.
2021 F-150 RaptorYesStandard.
2020 F-150 RaptorYesStandard.
2019 F-150 RaptorYesStandard.
2018 F-150 RaptorYesStandard.
2017 F-150 RaptorYesStandard.

#14 Ford F-250

This full-size heavy-duty truck is the F-150 alternative if you need greater strength for heavier chores.

Most Ford F-250HD trucks have Android Auto integration in the upper trims from 2018 onwards, with the 2022 model going wireless.

#15 Ford F-350

Like the F-250HD, the Ford F-350HD has had  Android Auto in the higher trims (XLT and higher) since 2018.

#16 Ford F-450

Android Auto has been available in the Ford F-450 since 2018, with the XLT and higher trims getting Android smartphone functionality.

Ford Electric Vehicle with Android Auto

#17 Mustang Mach-E

Enthusiasts who desire the muscular Mustang coupe but wish for a more versatile body will find plenty of appeal in the Mustang Mach-E electric SUV.

Ford Mustang Mach-E electric SUVs support Android Auto, wired and wirelessly.

Model YearsAndroid AutoTrim Levels
2023 Mustang Mach-EYesStandard.
2022 Mustang Mach-EYesStandard.
2021 Mustang Mach-EYesStandard.

Rival Makes & Models with Android Auto

The mainstream options below are worth considering:

These premium automakers also have cars and SUVs with Android smartphone integration: