Analysts lay out conflict between old fogies and youngbloods on self-driving tech
In my day, we drove ourselves 10 miles to school and back and we liked it. Don’t be surprised at hearing this spin on an old platitude, as the recent J.D. Power 2016 U.S. Tech Choice Study revealed that younger people are more open to changing automotive technology than their elders are. This should impact the acceptance of automated features as more car makers implement the technology.
According to the study, consumers in general... [Lire la suite]