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This is obviously less of a concern for OEMs with established markets (OEMs operating in only a single country, for instance) but it is a challenge any OEM will face in the future as the penetration of connected cars in global markets continues to grow. A factor that affects this will be the technological and legal framework surrounding data and privacy.

Speaking of the global market, manufacturers driving at the forefront of the connected-car revolution in the United States now face an uphill battle. In April 2016, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) found that California’s Proposition 65, a law to protect consumers from chemicals found in products, applied to connected-car technology and therefore manufacturers of connected-car technology had to become subject to the requirements of the California’s Proposition 65. This limits their ability to put a greater focus on ensuring that connected-car owners understand how these technological features work and do not allow for malfunction or incidents to occur.

So what lessons can OEMs learn from the study? First, people are excited about connected-car technology. Second, connected-car owners are willing to pay for good technology. Third, OEMs can use the data to their advantage to unlock the potential of their connected-car platform.

Perhaps most importantly, OEMs should avoid fearing the revolution. They will get there. Some of the brands doing the right thing and seizing the opportunity of connected-car technologies have proven their mettle. Volkswagen has produced a car capable of driving itself on the open road. This allows the car to respond to changes in road conditions and other vehicles without the driver ever having to manually intervene. The Apple Car has a built-in screen which connects to your iPhone, so that you can make calls and access your messages, just as you would using a mobile phone. By integrating connected technologies such as these into vehicles, OEMs are able to unlock and realign the industry and create a unique, personalised and enjoyable experience for their customers.