In-vehicle Infotainment systems (IVI) development is experiencing major changes; the most prominent being the growth in the distribution of the Android operating system. Thanks to the possibility offered by its Internet Radio apps, Android allows for the reception of a higher number of radio stations compared to the traditional radio standard, e.g. FM, DAB or HD Radio. However, Internet Radio - or IP Radio - does not provide “automotive-grade” reliability, as the internet coverage is not ubiquitous and, even where it is present, limited bandwidth might cause poor sound quality. Automotive customers expect radio services to always be available, with consistent high quality in almost every location and at every speed. Today, this requirement can only be met by traditional radio receivers. This means that an “automotive-grade” Android needs to be complemented with a radio receiver that can support both new radio standards – such as IP Radio - as well as traditional ones.