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03 04 2017 03

  • 71% of young people say connected and autonomous cars will improve their lives and give them greater freedom, finds new study.
  • Next generation of car buyers leads CAV charge, with half of 17-24 year olds saying they’d use a self-driving car today.
  • Stress-free driving seen as the biggest benefit, with cars that brake and park themselves and in-car entertainment top attractions.

Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) will transform the lives of more than seven out of 10 young people, according to new research published by SMMT. Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Revolutionising Mobility in Society,1 the first UK-based study of the human impact of CAVs, canvassed the views of more than 3,600 consumers and found that this new technology will offer unprecedented levels of freedom to young people whose lives are currently restricted by costly or infrequent public transport, or prohibitively expensive car insurance.

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