Not everyone has a vehicle with Android Auto included, but Google’s on-phone Auto UI has been a capable substitute. However, it looks like Google is getting ready to make Auto for phones obsolete with Assistant Driving Mode. It has many features from Auto, but it’s less restrictive. It’s coming to all Assistant-enabled phones this summer.

You’ll be able to start Driving Mode by telling Assistant “Let’s drive.” Your phone will instantly switch over to a minimalist scrolling UI with useful links and actions. For example, you’ll get traffic info at the top, followed by navigation, calls, and media. Like in Android Auto, appointments on your calendar spawn quick navigation links. You can, of course, talk to the Assistant whenever you need.

Driving Mode does all the same things as Auto on the phone, but it does so with a different UI that looks easier to use. For example, you can run navigation, but media gets a persistent playback bar below the map in Driving Mode. Auto on phones was always just a crunched down version of the car UI, but Driving Mode seems more suited to a smaller screen.