Top 3 Auto Brands Leveraging the Lucrative Connected Cars Business Model

We’ve heard of smart cars. Many also heard through the grapevine a little something called green — as in EV or even hydrogen fuel cell powered cars. But we’re willing to bet not many have even heard of the biggest money maker in the auto industry — and, honestly, a tremendously convenient benefit to car buyers out there —

The Biggest Money Maker We’re Thinking of Is the Idea of ‘Connectivity’connected cars-1

As in connected cars. Utilizing the technology already saturating our daily lives. Living in the cloud, and Internet-connected capacity. Imagine, if you will, dealers and manufacturers being able to connect specifically with the individual car (and, therefore, the individual car owner).

It’s a goldmine. One where automakers can literally monetize the data collected from those connected cars in real time. The strategy these auto brands will implement when it comes to connected cars is this: internet connectivity and apps WITHOUT working with Apple or Google. This not only saves revenue, but actually increases it through retention of service customers throughout dealership networks.

More and more car drivers will get their vehicles maintained within the manufacturer/dealer network versus other third-party shops. What does this mean? More profits for the automakers and car dealers. More convenience for the car buyers and owners.

There Are, of Course, Three Top Auto Brands Taking Advantage of This Connected Cars Goldmine

You can expect other automakers following the auto trend very soon, possibly. Why?

Connected Cars Will Make All the Difference as Far as Revenue and Profit

And without a doubt, the car buyer benefits. Want to know more about cars and loans? SUBSCRIBE RIGHT HERE and get connected!

Beyond Connected Car Technology, Volkswagen Might Climb Their Ladder by 2020

You’d have to be living in the proverbial non-auto-minded HOLE if you hadn’t even heard of the scandal that was Volkswagen back in the day, long ago, when car buyers were swindled out of emissions test scrutiny and driving cars supposedly low on them (when they were, in fact, not). It cost the German automaker literally thousands of dollars in damages from lawsuits, and it wasn’t pretty. Honestly, many people in and out of the auto industry thought Volkswagen would fold.Volkswagen connected cars-1

Thankfully, That Doesn’t Look Like It’ll Be the Case: Volkswagen Will Still Be Around, and Here’s Why

Aside from the latest craze of ‘connected cars‘ going around, Volkswagen will have jumped on that bandwagon but will also spearhead a very rosy-colored future of updated auto technology along with two trends they’ll spearhead even more: SUVs and EVs. They’re looking pretty good, apparently. That’s great news for the auto market when a brand gets hit as hard as it did financially, but can come back swingin’.

Their plan is to bring out a small but dedicated line of SUVs by 2020, something Volkswagen hasn’t done in, well, ever. Even better, though, is their goal of producing the latest technology in auto, EV (electric vehicle) by 2025, and they’re looking at a nice 1MM number. This changes the game for such heavy hitters like Tesla Motors and other competitors. And they’re pretty ambitious.

That’s Honestly What It Will Take for Volkswagen to Come Out on Top Right Now: They Need to Take Risks

The auto industry’s cutthroat. No doubt. They want to sell 1MM of those EVs per year once they hit 2025, making them the worldwide leader of EV. Can they do it? We shall see! Until then, check out LOANS 4 CARS and subscribe immediately to see what’s available. Who knows: you might find a great EV car right now!