- Despite the its massive recalls in recent months, GM's (GM) sales are continuing to rise.
- In order to keep its increasing U.S. market share, GM is now looking to stay ahead of the technology curve, by including a Wi-Fi option for every 2015 model year vehicle purchase.
- The new high-speed Internet service will allow up to seven device connections, and looks to rival Ford's Sync, which offers similar features.
- "Any progress you can make as a company in the technology space, people appreciate," says Chevrolet VP Paul Edwards." On top of that we are the only ones offering this across the entire portfolio. From road trips to using your car for work, think of the diversity you now have in your car."
GM looks to stay ahead of the technology curve
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