GM announced a while ago that Siri would be coming to its products, but until now we haven't known where it will show up first. Unsurprisingly, the cars that are targeted at urban youth, the Spark and Sonic, are the first to get the tech.

Using your car and an iPhone, Spark and Sonic users will be able to:

  • Make calls to contacts from the phone.
  • Access the calendar and add appointments.
  • Text people without having to touch the phone.
  • Switch between the iTunes library and the car's radio functions.
In addition to this, Siri will keep the phone's screen from lighting up and refuse to answer questions that would result in displaying a webpage on the phone's screen.

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[via Chevrolet]