The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) says it has “significant concerns” over how vehicle manufacturers plan to control connected car data.
Volvo has announced several updates to its S90, V90 and XC90 models, delivering new connectivity options for UK customers.
A trial of ‘AA Connect’ technology in 10,000 cars has found that 17% developed problems that were identified before they led to a roadside breakdown.
The connected car has the potential to revolutionise the car rental industry, according to Avis Car Rental UK’s latest report.
Alphabet has cut the time it takes to book vehicles into a BMW Service Centre as part of the next phase of its Teleservices connected car initiative.
Škoda is launching its new connectivity offering - Škoda Connect - alongside the new Kodiaq.
Renault-Nissan Alliance and Microsoft Corp have signed a global, multi-year agreement to partner on next-generation technologies to advance connected driving.
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More than half of businesses say they are concerned about their company drivers being distracted by in-car technology with the introduction of connected cars to their fleet, according to new research by RAC Business.
Vauxhall is offering new infotainment and connectivity in its Mokka X SUV, including IntelliLink and the personal connectivity and mobility assistant, OnStar.
Fleet managers have been asked to help reach an agreement with manufacturers over data sharing from connected cars.
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Alphabet and travel data and payments specialist the Miles Consultancy (TMC) have extended their partnership to work on new mobility tools and solutions.
Telecommunications and automotive sector trade organisations intend to launch a pre-deployment project to test connected and automated driving at EU level.
Fleet managers are calling for action after a number of company car drivers have been left unable to access connected car services.
Alphabet has announced a new service and maintenance programme for company cars which uses telematics and teleservice data direct from the vehicle manufacturer.
A connected road test environment around Coventry has begun development, following a successful application for Government funding.
Consumers are still in the dark about the benefits of car connectivity with four in 10 drivers (39%) unaware that these features exist in their own vehicles.
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