General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) offers wireless charging for the smartphones on few vehicles


Dallas, Texas 08/23/2013 (Financialstrend) – From year to year, the sales of Chevrolet’s compact cars have been increased by 229% since the second quarter of the year 2010. This is a crystal clear evidence for the continuing success of the brand in attracting the buyers of every age and this include millennials, purchase priorities of whom include the advancements in technologies, economy in fuels, the functionality and the affordability. The share buyers below the age of 35 years continue to increase for Chevrolet from year to year and these are led by the vehicles like Cruze and Sonic. In addition to these cars, the latest Spark mini cars are attracting the young investors to a greater extent.

Topping in this segment is the Chevrolet Cruze, the top-selling vehicles of Chevrolet among the buyers of the ages below 25 years followed by Chevrolet Spark which also have its buyers under the ages of 25 years. A research over the sales of Chevrolet cars showed that the young purchasers are ranking the technology of the vehicles at the top of the features that are influencing the decisions to purchase the car. It is to be noted that both Chevrolet Cruze and Chevrolet Spark are featured by the infotainment systems of Chevrolet MyLink which are being powered by the smartphones. These include many applications that ensure that the passengers would stay safely linked at the part of the in dash navigation price. In addition to these factors, the dealers of Chevrolets are seem to be playing a major role in the sales of Chevrolet cars, by helping the buyers to understand the needs in a better way along with the needs of the young buyers.

General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) would be starting to offer the wireless charging for the smartphones for some of the vehicles during next year. The drivers of some 2014 models of GM would be able to place their mobile devices onto a Powermat surface within the car for drawing the required electricity.