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  • Gen Y keen on connected cars
  • Gen Y keen on connected cars
    Daniel Iam (2009) ©
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Gen Y keen on connected cars

Car ownership is dwindling among Gen Yers, with many of them as likely to pay for a piece of a car as the whole thing. But according to a recent survey from nVest Ventures, connected cars could halt this decline, with smarter vehicles appealing to the majority of Gen Y.

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