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Automotive Technology: Intel Partnerships Enable Intelligent Car

Intel and the automotive industry transform the car ownership experience together

The technical challenges of implementing the connected car today and the autonomous vehicle tomorrow are daunting for the entire industry. Intel is the right technology partner to help the automobile industry transform the car ownership experience because Intel has a breadth of experience in consumer electronics and IT, and is taking a holistic investment approach across product development, ecosystem development and support, and ground-breaking research efforts.

Industry Partnerships and Collaborations


Ford and Intel engaged in research to explore new ways to personalize the in-vehicle experience through data from interior cameras and existing vehicle sensors.

Ford and Intel create Mobii* >




The driver information system in the all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis* is powered by Intel® technology. This enables Hyundai to offer a best-in-class, in-vehicle high-definition screen and improved response times when interacting with the system.

Hyundai Genesis >


Infiniti selected Intel technology to power the company’s Infiniti InTouch* in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system, and the first application is the Infiniti Q50*.

Infiniti InTouch >


Intel technology is used in the BMW’s Navigation system Professional*—part of BMW ConnectedDrive*—for all its vehicle models, including the future i Series* models.

BMW ConnectedDrive >


Intel and Toyota drive research on next-generation in-vehicle infotainment systems.

See the press release >

Jaguar Land Rover

Intel and Jaguar Land Rover are collaborating to enhance the automaker’s research and product development on future in-vehicle technologies that deliver new driving experiences.

New research facility >

HawTai Motor Group

Chinese automaker HawTai deploys one of the first IVI-equipped production cars to hit the streets in China with a system powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor.



DENSO collaborates with Intel on joint research to develop the next generation of in-vehicle information systems.

Read press release >

Intel Capital Connected Car Fund

Since the USD 100 million Intel Capital Connected Car Fund was established in 2012, Intel’s investments have helped the automotive industry accelerate the seamless connection between the vehicle and consumer electronic devices, as well as drive new technologies that will enable future autonomous driving capabilities. These investments include:

CloudMade >
Tobii Technology >
Sanjet >