I expect an un-maintained disaster
I can't see this going well on the scale of automotive longevity.
But it looks better when graded on a curve. Pretty much every automotive entertainment system looks dated and clunky while still on the dealer lot, and only gets worse (rather than classic) with age.
Android Auto doesn't solve the problem. Everything it does, it does badly. The map display is worse. The UI is nearly unusable. Traffic info isn't available. Calls are dropped. Music can't be found, and it is difficult to select the music it can present. I'm stubborn, and I still gave up. I have a cigarette plug charger so that that charging the phone doesn't try to use Android Auto, plus it charges the phone at a rate that keeps up with the GPS discharge.
This is a 2017 model car. Older cars were even worse, and haven't been updated with fixes. They aren't going to get better with age. Pretty much like console mounted cell phones, they are going to progress from looking silly to looking stupidly short-sighted.