It may not be the first to produce an Android-based in-car infotainment system, but Saab is diving headlong into the fray with its new IQon platform that it’s just unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. It not only packs the usual navigation and entertainment features, but is tied into a network of sensors in the car that measure everything from vehicle speed to inside and outside temperatures to the position of the sun. While that’s fairly impressive on its own, Saab is also going the extra mile and making all of that information to third-party developers though an API, which they’ll be able to use to produce their own applications — which will (you guessed it) be made available through Saab’s own app store. Unfortunately, it’s not clear when the new system will actually be available to consumers, but Saab is already using it in a fleet of test cars, and it’s now showing it off in its new PhoeniX concept car in Geneva. Head on past the break for a brief teaser video.