Also, surprisingly lacking support were features such as Bluetooth wireless connectivity and video -- neither of which made the top 10 features consumers want.
Bluetooth and video capabilities appealed to just 4% of those surveyed, showing they are not looking to technology for more ways to keep themselves entertained on the road.
"This speaks to the ways in which we must approach technology features in automobiles, and how they should be packaged for motorists," element14 said. "The targets are safety and efficiency; technology is just a vehicle to get us to reach them."
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