GM Concerned Google Car ServicesSeptember 6, 2019
Starting in 2021, all General Motors vehicles will be equipped with multimedia systems that support Google services.
“GM research has shown that many consumers prefer to use embedded technology in cars and want the interaction of devices in their hands and devices in their car to be as efficient as possible,” the company said in a statement.
Based on these wishes, GM intends to work with Google to provide consumers with new opportunities to use voice assistant, built-in navigation and other automotive applications compatible with Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac cars around the world starting in 2021. ”
However, GM clarified that it would not provide Google access to the driver’s personal data – driving style, travel data or vehicle condition.
Google today has already concluded agreements with other companies – Renault Nissan and Volvo Cars, according to specialists, only Google’s services can be installed on GM’s concern annually in the amount of 3.6 million.
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