Measure your car’s performance(entertainment system) with AnTuTu car

AnTuTu, a popular benchmarking app, has launched a public beta version of its car version. The new version is designed to test the performance of in-car infotainment systems and other car-related features

The AnTuTu Car Version is a new benchmarking app that is designed specifically for in-car infotainment systems. The app is designed to test the performance of the car’s display, audio system, and other car-related features. The app is currently in public beta, which means that it is available for anyone to download and test.

The main features of AnTuTu’s car version include:

  • A detailed evaluation of key performances, such as the chip, GPU, storage speed, and multi-tasking processing of the car.
  • A concise and clear result report that shows various performance data and scores.
  • The ability to reveal certain parameters like the screen, storage, chip and system at a glance.

To download and use the AnTuTu Car Version, users can visit the AnTuTu website or major app stores. Once the app is on the device, users can connect their Android device to their car’s infotainment system and run the benchmarking tests.

It is important to note that most cars come with a closed system. Thus, users who want to install and use this app will need to root the system for it to work. However, we recommend that if you are not a tech expert, do not root the system. After rooting a system, users may have issues with after-sales services. This is why we recommend not to root if you are not a tech expert. However, AnTuTu confirmed that BYD’s DiLink system works directly with its app for test scores. So, if you use a BYD, you are in luck.

The AnTuTu Car Version is a new and innovative way to test the performance of in-car infotainment systems. The app provides a standardized way to test the performance of these systems, which can be helpful for consumers who are looking to buy a new car or for car manufacturers who are looking to improve the performance of their infotainment systems.



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