At this year's Geneva Auto Show, audio entertainment giant Harman is announcing the introduction of its hardware and technology in multiple upcoming automotive makes and models.
Their systems will come to Volvo the first time, with audio equipment striking the V40, V/S60, V/XC60 and XC70 lines, as outlined by Harman.
Moving from Sweden to Germany, the BMW i8, X4, 4 and X3M-Series Grand Coupé will join other of the German automaker's models with Harman infotainment systems. BMW sister company MINI and its F56 will have that line's first HUD via Harman tech.
The new Audi TT roadster will get the Harman treatment, alongside the Porsche Macan and 911 Targa.
For anyone shopping even higher on the scale, the new Lamborghini Huracan will be the first of the Bologna HQ'd super cars to obtain Harman systems.
Finally, back on Earth, the Jeep Cherokee debuting in Geneva is definitely the first of its kind to become Harman-ized by using a Uconnect infotainment system.
Earlier this year, Harman introduced its new MP3-restoring Clari-Fi system (formerly Signal Doctor) at CES 2014. The plan is to include the tech in 2015 autos.