Think of the BMW ConnectedDrive Store as Google Play for your BMW’s factory infotainment system, where you can buy apps you’d use while driving.
Renault-Nissan Alliance CEO Carlos Ghosn thinks he’s got this whole Chicken-or-Egg Conundrum of EV sales all figured out.
It’s almost hard to believe Ford SYNC already is entering its third generation, but the Motor Company unveiled Ford SYNC 3 this week.
One way to get your multimedia game on in the Tesla Model S is to give a call to R-Zentric. I am digging the rear seat entertainment system.
Google is pulling the covers off Android Auto to show the hard work the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA) has put into the project. This video gives the tour.
With the Audi MIB 2 infotainment and telematics setup, Audi’s industry partner NVIDIA is trying to also show off how their platforms can be upgradeable.
Audi of America announced the brand will be featured in “Fifty Shades of Grey,” which will be released to theaters February 13, 2015.
Infiniti’s concept “SYNAPTIQ” human machine interface is the future vision of how people will be connecting with their vehicles in the year 2029.
This cool chart from Mojomotors shows in one easy-to-read graphic which manufacturers have dedicated themselves to autonomous car features by 2020.
I’m pretty sure its radar cruise control and lane-keeping assist on our 2015 Volvo S60 T6 Drive-E saved me a few times driving the interstate in a downpour.
Sling Media and VoxxHirschmann will partner to bring Slingbox-style content to your car.
At Connected Car Expo during LA Auto Show this week, the automaker named FuelSignal the winner in its Connected Car-Connected City App Pursuit hackathon.