Europe is expected to surpass North America to become the largest connected car market by 2020. Increasing government initiatives and regulations, rise in demand for electric vehicles, high penetration of wireless and mobile technology, availability of advanced telecom and road infrastructure are some of the drivers of growth in the European connected car market. The global connected car market is currently at a nascent stage and is expected to achieve mass market penetration in the next five to six years. Global penetration of connected cars is expected to increase from 10% in 2013 to between 60 and 70% by 2020.In the next six years, the global market for connected cars is expected to grow threefold to meet the rising demand for safety and security in vehicles.Read More @ http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/details/europe-connected-cars-marketRemote access to cars via smartphones or tablet devices enhances security of these vehicles and notifies owners if their vehicles have been moved unexpectedly. Connected car technology offers significant opportunities for consumers, the automotive industry and telecom industry.The global connected car market is currently at a nascent stage and is expected to achieve mass market penetration in the next five to six years. Global penetration of connected cars is expected to increase from 10% in 2013 to between 60 and 70% by 2020.In the next six years, the global market for connected cars is expected to grow threefold to meet the rising demand for safety and security in vehicles.Increasing demand for electric vehicles is expected to drive growth of the connected car market in the near future. However, high hardware and cost of being connected is hampering growth of this market to some extent. The solution to this problem is cross-industry integration of automotive and mobile industries.Europe is expected to surpass North America to become the largest connected car market by 2020. Increasing…

Europe Connected Cars Market – Global Scenario, Trends, Industry Analysis, Size, Share and Forecast, 2014 – 2020