When people think of a luxury car, they think of a fully loaded vehicle with the most state-of-the-art technology that can easily be controlled with the touch of a button. But it might be surprising to know that might not be the case.
A report from ReportLinker showed that the global automotive airbag market is expected to grow to $71.8 billion by the year 2025. The firm said the growing market can be attributed to a number of factors, including technological advances in developing airbags, legislation mandating the installation of airbags in newer vehicles and “smart” airbags that come with sensors.
Today’s vehicles are loaded with the most state-of-the-art technology that allows you to sync all your personal data inside the car. Bluetooth-enabled vehicles allow you to make phone calls hands-free using a touchscreen. Drivers also sync their mobile devices to play their favorite songs or give them directions. But when you bought a new car, did you check to see if your old car still had your personal information stored in it?