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Today at CES 2016, Pioneer will unveil an upgraded lineup of NEX series in-dash receivers featuring Apple CarPlay and Siri Eyes Free. Pioneer first brought Apple’s CarPlay infotainment system to cars through aftermarket displays in 2014. This year’s third-generation CarPlay head units from Pioneer include models with both 6.2-inch and 7-inch resistive and capacitive touchscreen displays.

The new models include the flagship AVIC-8200NEX which features a 7-inch capacitive screen and the AVH-4200NEX with a 7-inch resistive screen. AVIC-7200NEX also features a 7-inch resistive touchscreen; AVIC-5200NEX and AVIC-6200NEX have smaller 6.2-inch resistive touchscreens. While all five models support both CarPlay and Siri Eyes Free, the three 7-inch models also work with Google’s Android Auto infotainment feature.

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The current lineup of CarPlay displays from Pioneer is already seeing price drops:

AVH-4100NEX ($694.95, reg. $850) AVIC-5100NEX ($568.88, reg. $950) AVIC-6100NEX ($697.95, reg. $1,150) AVIC-7100NEX ($1,099, reg. $1500) AVIC-8100NEX ($1,199.99, reg. $1700) (displayed above)

Pricing and availability on Pioneer’s new displays likely won’t be shared until later this year. We’ll update with official details from Pioneer later today when the CES show kicks off.

Also check out our initial review of CarPlay and our update to what changed with CarPlay after one year if you want to learn more about the feature. And expect these iPhone apps to work with CarPlay.

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