This is what consumers want from their connected car — and how they want to pay

BII_ConnectedCar_InfographicPeople spend an average of six and a half hours per week in their cars, and as dashboards become digital platforms it’s creating a massive new market for carmakers, digital-media companies, and even marketers. Revenues from connected services are expected to top $152 billion by 2020.

Carmakers are offering a selection of features in their connected cars, with a special focus on entertainment apps and safety-management features.

In a new report from BI Intelligence, we look at revenue from connected-car internet services, consumer attitudes to these services and how they will pay for them (including getting ads in return for free content), and the potential for self-driving cars.

The report serves as a companion to our connected-car market forecast report.

Here are some of the key takeaways from the report:

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Connected Car Revenue From Systems

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