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June 10, 2021—In just two years could more than half the vehicles on the road be network-connected?

That's one of the many tech predictions collected in the Ericsson Mobility Report, which takes on the future of connected cars and mobility as 5G technology becomes more widespread.

"Vehicles are getting connected, electrified, redefined, and more automated," the report says. "Car connectivity is now considered a requirement from the start. The transition to this intelligent, connected car is already happening as the vehicle is now our smartphone, map, traffic reporter, and personal DJ. Thanks to network connectivity, the car is becoming a more personalized and customized transportation method, but there are still many challenges ahead."

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