What New Cars Have Wi-Fi?
Ever since the first Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone arrived in 2001, our vehicles have been connected to our lives beyond our commutes. However, capability and availability are two different things. In fact, hands-free calling was a Chrysler-exclusive feature until about 2004. But, nowadays, Bluetooth is standard equipment on essentially every vehicle except for the most basic, low priced models. Which leads us to the internet.
Like Bluetooth, the World Wide Web was relatively new technology in the early Aughts but has now advanced to “Can’t Live Without” status. Whether at home, work, or play, we need to be connected. And, so, our vehicles have progressed beyond basic hands-free calling to become traveling Wi-Fi hotspots. Unlike Bluetooth, however, restrictions apply.