Infotainment

19th July 2021

Comfort and Cabin UX Key to reduce Road Rage

Comfort and cabin user experience is the key to reducing driver stress and the instances of road rage according to a study by Citroën in the UK. It claims...

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7th May 2021

Polestar Points the Way with In-Cab Video App

In a clear nod towards the perceived future of in-cabin entertainment, Polestar has developed its own video streaming app for Polestar 2. The beta app, which is available now...

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10th November 2020

Hyundai Plumps for Nvidia Infotainment

Hyundai Motor Group will roll-out Nvidia infotainment systems to all of its brand models from 2022. It has announced all new models badged Hyundai, Kia and Genesis will host...

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13th October 2020

Cabin Monitoring Will Define Cockpit of the Future, Improve Your Mood

In the cockpit of the future, you won’t be able to buy happiness, but you will be able to pay for a better mood, writes Drew Winter. “Vehicle cabin...

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5th October 2020

AVs’ Captive Audience Presents Infotainment Challenge

The future of automotive transportation will be defined by two domains: the driving function and the in-car user experience. As the driving function becomes more automated and autonomous, the...

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16th September 2020

Tech Partners Promise Parking Ecosystem

Two automotive technology companies are setting up a “parking ecosystem” to help city motorists while reducing pollution and congestion through wasted travel time. Mapping specialist HERE Technologies and teamed...

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26th August 2020

Digital In-Car Companions Must be Useful Beyond the Cabin

The current in-car concierge experience is a mixed-bag of smartphone capabilities often tied into Apple’s CarPlay or Google’s Android Auto platform. As consumers begin to demand more intuitive, meaningful...

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13th August 2020

Ways to Revenues Through In-Cabin Software

Software is already a key driver of value in the automotive market, with more automakers turning to software updates to monetize the software in their vehicles. “This is an...

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6th August 2020

Court Fines Driver for Using ‘Distracting’ Tesla Touchscreen

A court has ruled that Tesla’s cabin touchscreen is a distracting electronic device and has fined a driver for using it while on the move. The BBC reports that...

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31st July 2020

Hyundai Brings More Real-Time Functions to its Infotainment

Hyundai is upgrading its infotainment’s connectivity bringing real-time features including live parking updates plus types of spaces available to its consumer. Its new i30 will be the company’s first...

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30th July 2020

Most Drivers View In-Car Tech as ‘Distraction’

Most UK drivers think the burgeoning amount of in-cabin technology is creating distractions bordering on the dangerous. That’s the finding of a survey held in response to moves by...

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23rd July 2020

 Entertainment and the Auto Industry – The Future of Infotainment 

 Entertainment and the Auto Industry – The Future of Infotainment With both evolving independently how could these two very different industries work together in the future? Will automakers be...

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