DETROIT – A new survey of automotive engineers suggests consumers are just as willing to pay for upgraded entertainment features, such as satellite radio and backseat DVD players, as they are for enhanced safety systems. DuPont Automotive sponsored the 10th annual survey of 131 engineers, including 101 who plan to attend this week’s Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress at Cobo Center. The Automotive Consulting Group of Ann Arbor, MI, conducted the survey. DuPont will ...
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