A newly released study by Adobe Analytics’ shows that drivers, particularly millennials, are much more comfortable with advanced technology in vehicles and are more willing to buy electric vehicles or those with connectivity features.
People who are ready for the self-driving future now have big plans for the time they used to spend driving: nearly half of drivers (49%) intend to eat and drink while being driven, followed by talking on the phone (47%), holding face-to-face conversations (31%), writing emails (42%) or even working (36%). Thirty percent plan to nap.
A quarter of drivers with built-in voice control functionality are handling tasks they would otherwise take care of outside the car, such as texting (49%), shopping (9%) and searching sports scores (9%).
Read the article at The Detroit Bureau.