SOUTH HAVEN, Mich -- Imagine bearing down on a corner at 100 mph and realizing you probably should have hit the brakes a little sooner. It’s not a good feeling. Especially if you’re staring at a concrete wall.
At the Midwest Automotive Media Association, we believe that journalists should never find themselves in this situation, not because they don’t drive cars fast on a racetrack but because they learned how to control the speed, brake in a straight line and read the apex.
OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. – General Motors stopped by the Chicago Automobile Trade Association earlier this month to speak to assembled journalists about a new trend in the industry – in-car 4G LTE wireless hotspots.
Terry Inch, COO, OnStar and Executive Director, Global Connected Customer Experience, spoke about the digital journey that GM wants to take its customers on. From online build configurators for consumers who are just beginning the shopping process to iPad apps for in-market shoppers to OnStar and in-car 4G LTE and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and theft alarm notifications for owners, GM is trying to keep its customers connected before they buy the car, while they’re in the process of purchasing the car, and during ownership.
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