No apology needed. Was just wondering why you had posted that link.
That's the hope. From all appearances, the 2020 is using the same hardware as the 2019 in regards to Entune 3.0. One of the journalists in the launch videos even referred to the head unit in the 2020 as Entune. Unless this is a slip, I'm hopeful there is going to be a software update as they did with Car Play on certain 2018 models.
This is the frustrating part of all this swirl with Android Auto. Toyota knows there's a huge demand for it. How they're handling this is just unacceptable. They should be more upfront and clear as to which cars are getting Android Auto and if they'll provide updates for cars equipped with the necessary hardware; even if this is a speculated road map. Divulging what they're planning on doing with Android Auto isn't going to be a major competitive leak such as a totally new engine or model release/refresh. It's bloody Android Auto which pretty much all car manufacturers have as standard today. Toyota is just finally getting a clue and conforming with the market.
2019 Toyota C-HR LE Silver Knockout Metallic
2013 BMW 135i Carbon Black
2009 Ducati 848 Pearl White/Black
2004 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R Black