Kia and Hyundai could offer Android-based in-car systems in all vehicles next year

While Tesla is still in the early stages of considering an Android emulator, Korea's ETNews reports that Hyundai and Kia are already bringing the platform (or, at least, a derivative of it) to all their cars by 2014. Kia's Android-based in-car AVN system, UVO 2.0, comes with an app store of its own and connects to iOS and Android smartphones for multimedia. We took the navigation software for a spin as early as 2012, but it didn't debut until Kia started selling the 2014 Sorento earlier this year. After months of keeping a low profile, UVO 2.0 will begin its time in the spotlight on the new Kia Soul and Hyundai Genesis slated to come out in late 2013.