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Advanced connectivity moving to lower end cars at CES 2015

The consumer electronics industry has lead the automotive industry into a state of hyper-connectivity, and gone are the days where consumers of high-end cars would accept a poor Bluetooth connection to their mobile phone

The consumer electronics industry has lead the automotive industry into a state of hyper-connectivity, and gone are the days where consumers of high-end cars would accept a poor Bluetooth connection to their mobile phone.

“The era of the basic AM/FM/CD radio is essentially dead, and OEMs are upgrading their in-dash offerings to incorporate connectivity,” said Sachin Lawande, President of the Infotainment Division at audio, visual and infotainment company Harman.

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