It's now a growing trend for automakers and tech companies around the world to cross over. And not surprisingly, the inaugural Consumer Electronic Show Asia has kicked off with Audi delivering one of the show's opening keynote speeches.
Electronics or auto show? It's both! And you cannot miss the smart driving experience.
First, take your hands off the steering wheel. For starters, a little smart assistance in parking could make a huge difference. Then you can also try talking to your car or charge your e-car without plugging in.
Analysts see lucrative crossovers between auto big wigs and tech gurus. And that's exactly what is happening now in key Asian markets like China.
Think Audi, it has announced ahead of the CES Asia that it is teaming up with Huawei to develop a new LTE module for Chinese Audis. In addition, Chinese Audis will get Baidu CarLife for in-car connectivity.
But competition is also emerging as car makers and technology firms are racing to set the standard of smart mobility.
- Editor:Annabelle | Source: Agencies
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