The 2017 Autotrader Car Tech Impact Study has revealed that 48% of consumers put in-vehicle technology first when shopping for a vehicle.
Many consumers are now using multiple electronic devices on a regular basis. With this increase in technology use, car manufacturers have changed the way that vehicles are being designed.
Parents of teenagers have a lot of things to worry about. It may be tough for many moms and dads to pick the one issue that concerns them the most. But, according to a recent Harris Poll survey commissioned by Chevrolet, teen driving tops the list.
Ford is bringing its SYNC® 3 connectivity platform to its entire 2017 vehicle lineup. For drivers who love to have the most innovative tech in their cars, this is exciting news.
A recent study (the 2016 U.S. Tech Choice Study℠) from J.D. Power reveals that young consumers are much more trusting when it comes to automotive technology than older drivers.
Google has stated that self-driving cars (also known as autonomous cars) will be available to the general public by 2020, but many critics are still not convinced that driverless vehicles will be entirely beneficial.