The 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S is a gorgeous and powerful supercar. There’s not much more you could want from it, except maybe for support for third-party infotainment offerings. Stock car infotainment systems tend to be horrible, and Lamborghini’s version isn’t any different. But the automaker is remedying the oversight with support for Android Auto, and the Aventador S will be its first supercar to receive it.

In rolling out support for Android Auto, that makes the 2018 Lamborghini Aventador S the most expensive car to do so. That’s quite a stat, but that just makes the nearly half a million dollar car that much more alluring. Under the hood, it has a V12 engine that is good for 740 horsepower, 507-pound feet of torque and a max speed of 217 miles per hour.

Lamborghini also announced that the 2016 Centenario, 2019 Huracán and 2019 Urus will also gain Android Auto support in the future.

This latest move puts Lamborghini at the forefront of innovation for supercar manufacturers. Just last year, it rolled out support for CarPlay in the Aventador S. Now with the inclusion of Android Auto, this may be the supercar to buy. That’s if you have $417,650 in loose change.