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Connected cars in the wild

Connected cars in the wild

Connected Car technology has been talked about since the 1970’s. It’s been featured in many movies and television shows – think of the modified Aston Martins in recent James Bond movies, and the intelligent car “Kitt” in the Television show Night Rider. It now appears as though this technology is actually ready to hit the marketplace.

 

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