AT&T is very bullish on the future of connected cars. And today, the Dallas-based carrier said it’s working with BMW and Polaris on connected vehicle technologies.
BMW is using “AT&T NumberSync for Connected Car” for owners of select vehicle models equipped with BMW Personal eSIM.
AT&T’s technology syncs the BMW owner’s smartphone number with their car to use mobile data and make and receive hands-free calls on the go in the U.S. – even if their smartphone isn’t with them…
AT&T also said today that it’s working with the off-road vehicle company Polaris, which manufactures ATVs, snowmobiles, and snow bikes for off-road use and the Indian Motorcycle and Slingshot Open-Air Roadster for on-road use.
Polaris has chosen AT&T to connect select off-road 2023 models in North America through its RIDE COMMAND+ Plug-In Accessory device.