In what has become an annual tradition, car audio brands like Alpine, Pioneer, Jensen, and JVC/Kenwood are showcasing new aftermarket CarPlay and Android Auto receivers at CES in Las Vegas this week.

Alpine is debuting a new CarPlay and Android Auto receiver with an 11-inch capacitive touchscreen, which it claims is the largest on the market, offering 49 percent more surface area than its 9-inch receivers. The display hovers over the dashboard, allowing it to be placed in most vehicles without the need for custom installation.

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The display is attached to an adjustable mount that is connected to a traditional single-DIN chassis. It can be tilted at four pre-set angle points to better match the tilt and height of the dashboard.

Other features of the iLX-F411 include a mech-less design with no CD/DVD slot, Bluetooth music playback, SiriusXM readiness, a USB-A port, an AUX input, one HDMI input and one HDMI output, and one rear-view camera input. When not in CarPlay mode, the receiver has a customizable user interface with 22 available widgets.

Alpine says the iLX-F411 will be available in June 2020 for a suggested price of $1,200 in the United States. Alpine also has two new 9-inch receivers — model numbers iLX-F309 and iLX-F259 — available now for $800 to $1,200.

Pioneer is showing off five new CarPlay and Android Auto receivers at CES, including the DMH-WT8600NEX, a 10.1-inch model with a 720p capacitive touchscreen. Like the Alpine receiver above, the display hovers over the dashboard, allowing for it to have a traditional single-DIN chassis with no custom installation needed.

Pioneer DMH WT8600NEX

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The DMH-WT8600NEX supports both wired and wireless CarPlay, according to Pioneer. This means an iPhone can be connected to the receiver with a Lightning to USB cable or wirelessly via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

Pioneer says the DMH-WT8600NEX will have a suggested price of $1,200 in the United States, but it is unclear when it will be available. Pioneer is also releasing two 6.8-inch and two 9-inch receivers as part of its 2020 lineup.

Jensen and JVC/Kenwood are also launching new CarPlay receivers at CES this week.

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Top Rated Comments

Andronicus Avatar
19 months ago

My Tesla’s got a bigger screen and is more useful. I’d take a hard pass people. They’re mugging us all off nowadays.
uh yah. I don’t think you’re the target demographic. But hey I was gonna spend $1,200 on one but you make a good point I’ll just spend 70k on a Tesla instead.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macduke Avatar
19 months ago
A 10" 720P receiver for $1200. Think about that.

These companies are a rip-off. Last year or the year before I asked for one without a CD reader to save on cost. This year they take away the reader and charge more. Ridiculous.

I just want a ~7" CarPlay Wireless receiver for like $399 with capacitive touch and no CD reader. 720p should be barely passable on a 7" display but is ridiculous on a 10". Until then I'll just keep using my iPhone in my iOttie wireless charging mount. I just sucks because I often have to use Siri to control the music which I sometimes have issues with in the car.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
69Mustang Avatar
19 months ago

My Tesla’s got a bigger screen and is more useful. I’d take a hard pass people. They’re mugging us all off nowadays.
Considering these are primarily for DIN'd vehicles, they're more likely taking a hard pass on you and your Tesla.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
konqerror Avatar
19 months ago

Let’s ignore pricing for a moment. Are cars even made with DIN bays/slots anymore? I haven’t seen any in the last decade. Who are they targeting, here?
Third-party install kits provide a DIN slot to vehicles without one.

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Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jessea Avatar
19 months ago
The Alpines don’t even have wireless CarPlay. You have got to be kidding.

I literally just want a screen, preamp outputs, steering wheel controls, and backup camera connection running wireless CarPlay. No radio. No CD. No ugly logos, bezels, or buttons.

If only Apple would release a head unit...
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gplusplus Avatar
19 months ago
Let’s ignore pricing for a moment. Are cars even made with DIN bays/slots anymore? I haven’t seen any in the last decade. Who are they targeting, here?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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