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Chevy's 4G cars look to connect drivers everywhere

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Chevy owners will now be able to cruise down the “information highway” at even greater speeds thanks to a new deal with AT&T that will enable 10 vehicle models to employ fourth generation 4G connections by mid-2014, according to Alan Batey, senior VP of Global Chevrolet, who stated that more will be added, though they will only be available in the US and Canada.

"Chevrolet is expected to implement the broadest deployment of 4G LTE in the automotive industry, in order to provide our customers with greater value and convenience through smart technology applications including the ability to a vehicle to use tablets or other devices, or to watch videos via the Internet in vehicles which have screens,” he stated at the current Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Note: The 4G LTE service connects high speed cellular apps and services including iHeartRadio, Priceline.com, The Weather Channel, NPR, Slacker Radio and Cityseeker with General Motor’s OnStar service.

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