Chevrolet unveiled the high-tech, high-speed, high-performance future of its connected vehicle technology at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, Sunday.
Connected by OnStar, Chevrolet now offers the largest number of vehicles fitted with 4G LTE, according to the company’s Executive Vice-President Alan Batey. Batey also announced that the 2015 Corvette Stingray will come equipped with Performance Data Recorder technology (PDR), enabling in-vehicle HD video recording adaptable to changing environments; on a race track, in regular traffic and off-road.
According to Batey, the company’s goal for 2014 and 2015 is to find newer ways to connect to a broader customer base: “So, this technology just isn’t for the rich and famous, it’s for the people and that’s what is really cool about this. It opens up a world of incredible, personalised opportunities.”
CES is known for setting the tone for trends in consumer technology for the coming year. The event will run from January 7-10, with Sunday’s press preview held to whet participants’ appetites.
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