PARIS – Consumers expect the vehicles they buy to be safe to drive, but they also want to make calls from their cell phones, an inherently unsafe activity even with voice activation. Realizing this seemingly contradictory behavior, auto makers want to meet both needs of their customers. Fiat Auto SpA is making its financial comeback largely on sales of the Grande Punto, which offers as an option “Blue & Me,” a relatively inexpensive module that allows drivers to control their ...

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