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OEMs test which over-the-air updates you want (and will pay for)

11/08/2021

Ok, we’re a fair few years off commercially available autonomous vehicles. But today’s cars are advanced analytic data centers on wheels, with capabilities that can be added, amended, or expanded with a simple over-the-air (OTA) update. Automakers can choose when (and if) to turn on certain features–and it’s...
Ok, we’re a fair few years off commercially available autonomous vehicles. But today’s cars are advanced analytic data centers on wheels, with capabilities that can be added, amended, or expanded with a simple over-the-air (OTA) update. Automakers can choose when (and if) to turn on certain features–and it’s at a price. This week writer Martin SFP Bryant raised the issue on Twitter in response to the latest Mercedes-Benz update . 🙄 🙄 “Mercedes-Benz will electronically limit the steering angle of the rear wheels, but there will be an option after purchase to pay the company more money to increase that steering…This story continues at The Next Web
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