Hyundai Venue, MG Hector and upcoming Kia Celtos in India have made connected cars quite popular. Among them, Venue is India's first connected car, followed by the second connected car, MG Hector. The country's next connected car will be Celtos. Connected cars come with an Internet connection and have a lot of functions. Let us know the full details
Connected car technology is in its early stages in India's automobile market. Most of the cars that are yet to arrive in the country will not get this technology. The main reason for this is that India is a price-based market and the price of cars increases due to additional connectivity features. That's why most cars don't even have basic connectivity features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. In terms of digital instrument clusters, some expensive cars don't even get this feature.
According to media reports, cars with infotainment systems and digital cockpits in India make up only 5 percent. All over the world, the figure is 30% and in Japan, it is 90%. Slow itself is right, but things are changing. Now, most automobile companies are trying to offer a host of connectivity features to their vehicles, keeping in mind the additional cost. The biggest example is the contract from Maruti Suzuki to Harman Audio. In addition, Maruti Suzuki has awarded A contract to Harman to equip many of its vehicles with infotainment systems and connectivity solutions. Maruti's move is believed to have inspired other car companies to offer connectivity technology to their vehicles. In addition, Harman is already working with companies like Tata Motors and Volkswagen India. Last year, Nissan India introduced the enhanced NissanConnect, which offers 18 features under control, convenience, safety, security, and social sharing. The company NissanConnect can be subscribed for free for up to three years. The feature meets the company's kicks, Micra, Sunny, and Terrano cars. In view of all this, connected cars in India are believed to be common in the times to come.
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