VR for automakers

Virtual reality looms as sales tool for vehicles

As automakers aim to keep sales ahead of 2015’s record-setting pace, they’re pulling out all the stops to draw in buyers. Virtual reality may be next in their bag of tricks. Audi plans to roll out Oculus Rift headsets in a number of dealerships by the end of this year. Johan de Nysschen, president of Cadillac, in February encouraged some of the company’s lowest-volume outlets to go virtual. With dealers from Brazil to Berlin already experimenting with virtual reality, automakers see twin benefits of the technology: enhance the customer experience while also shaving off some of the $2.75 billion U.S. dealers spend annually on interest to keep new vehicles on their lots. ….[READ]

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