The automobile of today is digitally enhanced, navigation system ready and virtually self-driving. These advances lead the majority of drivers to expect the same engagement from their cars as they do from their smartphones. That’s why automakers from Fiat-Chrysler (UConnect) to Hyundai (BlueLink) are focused on and offer in-car infotainment systems that keep drivers and passengers engaged and connected on the road. Being entertained and communicating with whomever and whatever you want with a swipe of a finger or simply speaking a phrase is considered the standard by which all in-car infotainment (also called in-vehicle infotainment) is based, but the experience has been around a long, innovative time. What is in-car infotainment?
What could you do on your commute if you didn’t have to drive? As the age of autonomous cars nears, what will the future of in-car infotainment look like? And how will car interiors change to accommodate the possibilities? Ford is already working on an in-car movie projector. Here’s why the auto giant believes you are going to want one:http://www.wired.com/2016/03/ford-reckons-self-driving-car-needs-movie-projector/