Day: September 3, 2021

Automotive Rear Seat Infotainment Market to Record CAGR Worth 9%| Market Participants Including Garmin Ltd. And Panasonic Corp. to Emerge as Dominant Players| Technavio | State

NEW YORK, Sept. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The  Automotive Rear Seat Infotainment Market by End-user and Geography – Forecast and Analysis 2020-2024″ report has been added to Technavio’s offering. With ISO 9001:2015 certification, Technavio is proudly partnering with more than 100 Fortune 500 companies for over 16 years.

The potential growth difference for the automotive rear seat infotainment market between 2020 and 2024 is 9.19 million units. To get the exact yearly growth variance and the Y-O-Y growth rate. Talk to our analyst.

Key Market Dynamics:

  • Market Driver
  • Market Challenges

The integration of smartphones and tablets with in-car infotainment and innovation in the operating system market are some of the prominent factors influencing the market positively during the forecast period. However, factors such as smartphone compatibility issues and data security breach issues will limit market’s growth.

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Labor Day Weekend Car Sales Could Be Slow

Car buyers could find it tough to locate the traditional Labor Day weekend deals that had been a hallmark of the auto retailer calendar until the COVID-19 pandemic as dealers struggle to keep their lots full amid supply chain bottlenecks this year.

Many dealers have such low supplies this weekend they are actually cutting their advertising budgets this month and closing up shop Friday and Saturday rather than welcoming streams of buyers, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.

The pandemic forced many car factories to shut down in early 2020, but even as they’ve tried to restart production over the past year, a global computer-chip shortage has hampered U.S. auto production and led to a shortage of available new cars.

“Customers are walking in and saying, ‘Hey, I really want this vehicle.’ Well, yeah, so do we,” said Scott Smith, president of Smith Automotive Group, which operates

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The Tesla Roadster Has Been Delayed Again

When Tesla announced its upcoming Roadster in 2017, it seemed like an impossible dream. An electric car capable of 0-6 in 1.9 seconds, an 8.9 second quarter mile, and a top speed of 250 MPH with a 620 mile range seemed to be at least five years ahead of the rest of automotive development. Four years later, the Roadster is still a set of renderings from the last Olympic cycle that will not hit showroom floors any time soon. According to a tweet from Tesla CEO and de facto PR head Elon Musk, the Roadster will not come out five years after its debut date, either. No, the Model S has now been pushed to 2023 at the earliest.

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