The Future's Not Far Away

Vasilash, Gary S.
April 2001
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Apr2001, Vol. 113 Issue 4, p58
Trade Publication
Presents the prediction of Jim Wynalek, vice president and general manager at Telematics/Multimedia Visteon Corp., about connected vehicles. Details on the architectural considerations for its design; Use of electronics manufacturing for the vehicles. INSET: What Do (Some) Women Want?.


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