Kenwood’s first Android Auto aftermarket units were first unveiled at CES 2015 in January and the company has now released prices for its 2 models that are already shipping off to the dealers. The DDX9902S and the DDX9702S are to retail at $950 and $900 respectively, but you can get them at Amazon now for $750.
The 2 double-DIN DDX units are designed to be the center of a vehicles information and entertainment system. A 6.95-inch resistive touch display puts a wealth of audio/video entertainment, back-up camera, and navigation at the driver’s fingertips.
Each of these gadgets is equipped with playback of streaming media from a Bluetooth enabled media/phone as well as Bluetooth technology for handsfree phone conversations.
You also get support for Sirius satellite radio, built-in HD radio, HDMI input, and DVD playback.
This is of course not the first aftermarket unit to hit the market. Earlier this year, Pioneer also launched their Android Auto units that hit the market in March.