Other issues that limit car exports are concerns about safety standards and technology. When these LCGC cars were introduced they, generally, had a price tag of around IDR 100 million (approx. USD $7,500) hence being attractive for the country’s large and expanding middle class segment. By early the average price of the LCGC had risen to around IDR 140 million (approx. USD $10,500) per vehicle. With the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community at the start of 2016, the Indonesian government also aims to make Indonesia the regional hub for the production of LCGCs.
- ADAS and Automation Systems enable modern vehicles to become semi-autonomous with increased safety, minimizing fatalities and injuries.
- Application vendors are deterred by the cost and challenge of developing and supporting multiple proprietary interfaces to address the necessary range of vehicles.
- Digital transformation helps automotive companies improve competitiveness today while preparing for the new tomorrow.
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