Twenty-five years ago, almost no one had heard of the Internet. Today, it can be accessed from nearly every home and office. It is only a matter of time before access from cars becomes widespread, too.
Although cell phones can provide Internet access, true Wi-Fi connectivity that allows every passenger in a car to access the Internet seems as if it would be the next logical step in connectivity.
Today, Chrysler's Uconnect Web in-car router is a $499 dealer-installed option. It provides 3G broadband Internet access. The wireless account service runs about $29 per month.