Volkswagen will be the first volume manufacturer to offer Chat GPT as a standard feature from the second quarter of 2024 in many production vehicles.
The new chatbot is to be offered in conjunction with the latest generation of infotainment in ID.7, ID.4, ID.5, ID.3, the new Tiguan and the new Passat, as well as in the new Golf.
BT, has unveiled plans to repurpose street cabinets, traditionally housing cabling, into electric vehicle charging points.
This initiative is part of a pilot project announced in August last year that could see a network of 60,000 new charging points across the UK.
Lexus enjoyed a record-breaking 2023 with its new car sales volume increasing by almost 50 per cent on the previous year’s total.
The calendar year saw Lexus deliver 15,963 new vehicle sales, compared to 10,675 in 2022, establishing a new record for the company’s sales volume and premium market share.
KIA has unveiled plans for a range of electric vans it proposes to be introducing in the near future.
The eCVs will be inroduced into the mainstream sectors across Europe and be a major challenge to Europe’s legacy van makers who are migrating from petrol and diesel vans to electric power.
Following its new name and brand design, KGM Motors UK has launched a new digital strategy to enhance customer experience, supported by a new brand slogan: ‘Go Different. KGM.’
Commencing with the launch of an all-new consumer website, the new platform presents all information in respect to models, services, configuration, test drives, financing, trade-in valuations and used cars, as well as aftersales and its new configurator will go live in February.