Connected car technologies bring with them many game-changing benefits, conveniences, and opportunities for car owners, drivers, and automakers. Moreover, they offer car dealerships various opportunities to improve the quality of their services, to ensure prompt response and delivery of customer's repair and maintenance needs, and to become more efficient in their performance.
Over the last few years, connected car technology has taken off and has seen rapid development. This, in turn, has fueled the global connected car market. Of course, even the most trusted names in the more than century-old automotive industry, such as General Motors, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Volkswagen, and Volvo, also have their own versions of connected vehicles to keep up with the times.
We all have our dream cars and for many of us, we just want the latest, most technologically advanced model from the world's most reliable car manufacturers. A connected vehicle is as modern and technologically advanced as it gets. But what does it mean to drive a connected car anyway?