Vehicles that provide the driver and passengers with infotainment and access to the Internet of Things, offering new possibilities for comfort and connectivity.
Vehicles that use sensor and computing technologies to make “smart” decisions on behalf of the driver. In the very near future, even the driver will become a passenger.
With ride sharing, vehicles are shared among many different people and are viewed more as a service than a product. This new subscription-type service is ushering in a world of new market entrants and new business models.
Vehicles are shifting to hybrids and EVs with electric-based propulsion systems, making for a quieter, more environmentally friendly mode of transportation.
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