Koslowski bullish on future.
LOS ANGELES – Making functional cars is important, “but it is not going to be enough,” says Thilo Koslowski, polishing his crystal ball as lead auto analyst for technology research firm Gartner. To stay competitive, automakers must load their products with more connectivity equipment, creating technology-enabled vehicles that allow people to live digital lifestyles while on the road, he says. That has fundamental implications for the industry as connected drivers expect ...
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