How can auto manufacturers provide a superior in-car voice experience.
With consumers increasingly viewing the automobile as an extension of their digital lives, the use of in-car voice assistants is on the rise, from nearly 50% today to over 70% in the near future. Our seemingly insatiable appetite for voice assistants translates into a huge opportunity for automotive organizations – if they understand how to satisfy it.
We wanted to find out if they do. For the new report by the Capgemini Research Institute, Voice on the go, we surveyed over 7,000 consumers who have used a voice assistance inside the car as well as 300 auto executives and conducted a number of interviews with senior auto industry executives and voice service providers. We found that:
We have come to expect a seamless, personalized, and interactive experience from our vehicles, and while in-car voice assistants are improving, the majority of consumers expect more. If they want to make their voice heard, automotive organizations should work to overcome existing technological limitations and assuage privacy concerns. Their efforts will be rewarded by customer trust and loyalty and willingness to pay a premium in exchange for a great experience.