Nissan executive sees ‘connected car’ as auto makers’ response to Uber

“Your smartphone, you’re not sharing it. It’s becoming more and more a personal object,” Mr. Klein said.


Try wrestling a phone out of a teenager’s hands and you’ll agree with Mr. Klein. Not sure if its about privacy or personalization, but phone sharing does not happen. Will car sharing? It might if all your personal data stays on your phone, including your vehicle configuration.

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