Google Maps updates its color palette for improved visibility on Android Auto.
The refreshed colors on Android Auto enhance readability of maps and user interface elements.
Cooler tones are introduced, affecting both map elements and overall design.
Parks and forests are now depicted in a soothing mint green, while roads adopt a grey shade.
The changes aim to enhance clarity in areas with dense information on the map.
The new color scheme aligns with Google's Material You design language for a cohesive experience.
The update extends to navigation mode on Android Auto, transforming the route line, directions, and destination display.
The blue route line, direction text, and arrival information all undergo color adjustments.
The revamped color palette is part of Google's effort to provide a consistent design across platforms.
Widely rolled out, the update has reached web, Android, and iOS users, with further expansion anticipated in the coming weeks.