Дата публикации: 2017-12-07 09:27
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So, a few Ford dealers in the . are sending teams to help people learn how to use the more complicated features of their cars. Here’s what Ford told Jalopnik, while adding that there was no official Ford initiative involved:
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“When a person is just browsing through the photos to rate them, if they were intercepting the backend traffic, they would be able to get the GPS coordinates of each person they viewed,” Scharg said. “Overall, a person could use this information to stalk someone or the owner of the picture could retaliate against a person that left a bad comment if they were capturing the traffic.”
“Anything that raises the price of a car will affect ultimately consumers and automobile sales,” Mark Scarpelli , the chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association, said Tuesday in Detroit. “We are concerned, but at the end of the day, we don’t know what the rule-making is going to be.”
Business Insider reports that Renault board member Gilles Normand told the Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper recently Renault “can make money selling electric vehicles.” That’s different from one of the .’s most well-known EV producers, Tesla, as Business Insider reports Tesla is not yet able to cover costs.
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Vehicles have a lot of technology in them. They have so much technology and so many features, in fact, that a . Power study found that people just won’t use certain features if they’re too complicated.
That method leads to bad tactics like offering too-steep discounts and generous trade-ins at dealers, which isn’t good for the bottom line. It also, in the eyes of the National Automobile Dealers Association, impacts customer confidence and brand trust. From Reuters :