U.S. Consumer Vehicle ICT Study: Web-Based Features Continue to Rise


Archived Published: 13 December 2012 ID: G00246951

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Summary

Gartner's 2012 survey-based study shows strong U.S. consumer interest in in-vehicle technologies, particularly in Web-based features. Winning connected vehicle strategies increasingly have to satisfy maturing digital lifestyle requirements aimed at the connected driver.

Table of Contents

  • Survey Objective
  • Data Insights
    • U.S. Consumer Interest in Vehicle ICT Matures
    • Top U.S. Vehicle ICT Preferences in 2012
    • Navigation Platform Preferences
    • In-Vehicle Internet Features and Applications
    • Other Study Highlights
    • Methodology
  • Recommended Reading
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