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Volvo Cars demonstrates the potential of connected cars with deliveries direct to people’s cars

Feb 20, 2014 ID: 139243
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In a ground-breaking technology move for the automotive industry, Volvo Cars demonstrates the world’s first delivery of food to the car. The service, which will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, will allow consumers to have their shopping delivered straight to their car, no matter where they are. With connected services such like these, the future car will be much more than just a means of transportation. Earlier this year Volvo Cars launched Sensus Connect, an integrated on board navigation and infotainment experience. Volvo Cars’ strategic partnership with Ericsson builds further on the idea of the Networked Society by examining a host of consumer centric concepts around the “Connected Vehicle Cloud” that will see the driving experience revolutionized over the coming years.
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