From the rise of autonomous vehicles to the arrival of digital vehicle subscription services, technology is changing the way consumers view and interact with their vehicles, according to the Jim Butler Auto Group, which today
As Americans Hit the Road for Memorial Day driving their own cars, voters surveyed in four states have serious safety and privacy concerns when it comes to driverless car technology and want Congress to apply
LinkedIn is valuable tool for job hunters and employers. The vast data on LinkedIn from over 146 million members and 20,000 recruiters also reveals trends in autonomous self-driving and automotive technology. Self-Driving Jobs Driving Up
An ideal audience for any podcast, music streaming, or audiobook service is the listener who is driving in their car, consistently committing their time to the service as part of their daily journeys. For a
Attention car sales counters there have been numbers released by various sources showing January car sales. J.D. Power notes that 2018 Model-Year average transaction prices so far in January have risen to $32,169, the highest
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.
New-vehicle sales are expected to decline 7 percent year-over-year to a total of 1.57 million units in December 2017, resulting in an estimated 17.6 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), according to Kelley Blue Book.
Pre-purchase interaction with the salesperson that leads to high sales satisfaction, according to the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Sales Satisfaction Index Study, even though buyers have more information than ever before. The brands that deliver
People feel increasingly polarized by unrest, upheaval and other changes taking place in the world, and more than 60 percent of adults globally say they feel overwhelmed by things happening around them. Ford’s 2018 Looking
As all car model lines become crowded with similar connected features, one way automakers are attempting to differentiate is through unique twists on HMI, especially displays. A new report from the In-vehicle UX (IVX) group
The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute announced two new initiatives. Working in partnership with the Virginia Department of Transportation, the university unveiled four expansions to the Virginia Smart Road . The university also revealed that it has
Thales, a cybersecurity and data security, announced survey results revealing how respondents feel about the potential risks connected vehicles pose to their safety and the security of their personal information. The survey also shows that