At its big announcement party a couple months back, Amazon introduced its own foray into delivering Alexa service to any car – even though some really good options (like the Roav Viva by Anker) already exist. Originally, the company suggested that the device would begin delivering in early December (December 5th) and posted an invitation request on the product page.
Maybe the company has had second thoughts or its possible development of this gadget is taking longer than expected, but the product page has changed in that it no longer gives a proposed date of delivery. Instead, the product page simply sits with the introductory price at half retail and the button for requesting an invitation be one of the first to test the gadget. The initial request for invitations started in September, yet no one has received invites.
Amazon has yet to miss timelines on an Echo product it has promised.