The characters are all there. The technology and automotive industry is becoming more and more intertwined. Brands like Tesla are as much tech company as they are a car company. It's not just Tesla. Mainstream mass market brands are also fully on board with the tech revolution.
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Semi-autonomous driver assistant technology as adaptive cruise control is now common on anything from $ 150,000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedans to entry-level Subaru Crosstrek crossovers. And there is the connection. For example, General Motors has made the Wi-Fi hotspot capability available across its entire Cadillac Escalade lineup for the Chevrolet Corvette.
As a result, it is much easier to find a new car that is packed to the hilt with tech than to find one that is without technology. But there are a few new cars out there for technofobes among us.
Low-tech deals these days run the spectrum from economy cars that provide basic no-frills daily transportation to mere bone speed machines designed for lightweight performance.
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