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In the race to build cars with digitally connected services -- such as ordering coffee on the dashboard display -- Toyota Motor Corp.

and Nissan Motor Co. risk being held back by their home market.

In contrast to vehicle buyers in the U.S. and Europe, Japanese consumers are reluctant to pay for such features. That's resulted in only 10 percent of cars on Japan's roads having embedded connectivity, compared with 49 percent in the U.S., 31 percent in Europe, and 20 percent in China, according to consultancy SBD Automotive.



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Japanese Falling Behind In Automotive Connected Services

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