Ford and AT&T are bringing high-speed connectivity to customers this year---with plans to connect more than 10 million customers to Ford SYNC® Connect within the next five years.
After more than a year of building test vehicles for development of its self-driving technology, General Motors recently announced it will build production versions of its Cruise AV at its Orion Township assembly plant in Michigan.
Aside from all the announcements about autonomous driving tests and driverless ridesharing services coming down the road, some automakers are moving one small step at a time toward connecting cars for practical reasons for drivers.
Ford is advising owners of certain additional North America 2006 Ford Ranger vehicles with Takata non-desiccated airbag inflators to stop driving their vehicles and contact their dealers immediately for repairs.
Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Information and Collision Mitigation Braking Systems are just a few of the Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) in vehicles today.
OEConnection LLC (OEC) distribution networks recently announced the issuance of US Patent No. 9,747,481.
While the car and light truck population on U.S. roads climbed by 19 million between 2006 and 2016, the number of domestic nameplates moved in the opposite direction. The domestic nameplate light vehicle population fell by 18 million over this 10-year span.
OEConnection LLC (OEC), the leading automotive technology provider for original equipment manufacturers’ (OEM) distribution networks, announced that Kia Motors America has added CollisionLink to its collision parts marketing program.