SPOTLIGHT: Chrysler to offer WiFi-equipped vehicles in 4Q

Chrysler announced plans to offer wireless Internet connectivity in two of its popular vehicles: the Town & Country and the Dodge Caravan minivan. The automaker will outfit the fourth quarter 2008 cars and 2009 models with WiFi as well as an unspecified 4G technology. Chrysler vaguely outlined the plans last month but this latest update specified which models would receive the technology upgrade option first. The company aims to enable all models in its fleet to have the option of WiFi and 4G next year. Article

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