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Industry slow to implement OTA, and a recent Uconnect snafu won’t help

ETC

By reducing complexity while adding features, the tier-one supplier addresses No. 1 source of owners' frustration

Report

We think he should take an honest look at Cue, too.

Someone's not pleased.

Official

The first year is free, then it's $80 a year.

It's actually cheaper over the course of a three- or four-year lease than BMW's current $300 charge.

Featured

MBUX, based on artificial intelligence, will first be installed on the entry-level A-Class.

It has a new nav display with augmented reality (AR) technology that allows for intensely precise positional accuracy.

Official

It will respond by touch or the car's voice controls

CES

It’s called the Mercedes-Benz User Experience, or MBUX, and it’ll go into new 2018 A-Class cars.

It's called the Mercedes-Benz User Experience, or MBUX, and it'll go into new 2018 A-Class cars.

Featured

A glimpse behind the scenes.

It's more than just driving a few cars around.

CES

It's cool, but where's our Apple CarPlay and Android Auto?

"Alexa, why can't I have CarPlay?"

CES

Its 'Shared Experience Display' takes center stage.

Byton says it will sell its intelligent vehicle in the U.S. in 2020.

Followup

Something to think about as cars get crammed with more and more mobile technology.

Something to think about as cars get crammed with more and more mobile technology.

Official

Marketplace technology places merchants' apps on infotainment screen.

Though for starters, the only restaurant reservation you can make is at TGI Fridays.

Opinion

Automakers may know drivetrains and in-cabin comforts but fail at infotainment and connectivity

Here's what we appreciate, and the things that need rethinking.

Spy Shots

Plus buttons on the dash and key fob to manually raise or lower the air suspension.

Official

Next you fire up Android Auto, you'll have the option to stream your Plex music library.

Ownership
Official

With help from Techstars, startup seeks to get its technology included in cars

Study

The kind of input your system uses can make a big difference.

AAA recommends locking out some functions while driving.

Video

And you use the touchscreen for everything — even the windshield wipers

You also have to use the touchscreen to adjust your windshield wipers.

Spy Shots