Can you imagine checking your email while driving safely? Some time ago we couldn’t even think of opening our vehicle with our smartphones and now since we are permanently connected to our mobile phones everything is changing.
Fabian Simmer, Chief Digital Officer at SEAT, talked about the upcoming trends in future mobility.
“Connectivity is something we will see more and more in the vehicles in the future and they will be obviously connected to the customer itself,” says Fabian Simmer.
The aim is to develop new contemporary and safe technologies so that customers won’t lose the permanent connection with their smartphones while they are driving. In the future, they plan to improve their customers’ experience and offer them new functional services. They will be able to access email and social media while driving in complete safety.
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