Whole car infotainment – the next step for the intelligent car

With autonomous driving on the horizon, Freddie Holmes looks into the opportunity to better connect all passengers in the car, not just the driver

The connected and autonomous vehicle will open up a range of new avenues for automotive electronics suppliers as driver control becomes increasingly unnecessary. New vehicles, such as the Tesla Model S, already feature large infotainment screens that allow the driver to control services such as navigation, music and news. However, an opportunity is arising for OEMs to harness the demand for an ever-connected lifestyle by catering to the demands of all passengers, not just the driver.

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