Siemens Automotive Corp. says it will take in-vehicle information systems to a whole new audience when its Quick-Scout package hits the market in 2001. “We're in the process of preparing it for production, and we're hoping it'll be out within a year,” says Ronald P. Knockeart, vice president-Driver Information Systems. Siemens envisions Quick-Scout expanding the market because of its low cost relative to other original equipment systems. Quick-Scout will run $300-$500 as an aftermarket ...
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