In connected car news this week were Tesla, Audi, Luxoft, Intel, HERE, AWS, Sionic, Xevo, EB, SpotHero, Xilinx, Faurecia, BMW, Parkmobile, what3words, Pony.ai, Crystal Group, Mistubishi Electric, INFINITI, Green Hills and PolyCharge. Please remember to
We have another round of awards for the best, most retained resale value, best 2018 cars/vehicles according to loyalty, new innovations, and how much they retain their value. Some cars are rated cby how much
AT&T recently announced its 5G Evolution plans for 2018 and new smart city initiatives. AT&t expects to be the first U.S. company to introduce mobile 5G service in a dozen markets by late 2018. AT&T
Cox Automotive released the findings of its Future of Digital Retail Study, with results showing that the current dealership model needs to change with consumer preferences, but that the dealership remains central to car buying.
A quarter (25%) of car owners are not actively using their connected car’s features – a figure which includes 11% who don’t even know if their vehicle has the technology according to a new study
No one wants their cars to be hacked especially automakers. Cars have thousands of ECUs an computer systems that all connect to each other. Then cars can connect to cloud through telematics systems or smartphones.