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Most vehicle owners know that automotive repair in today's world is too complex for the average Do-it-Yourselfer. The automotive industry is now considered to be a "high tech" industry. With advanced technology, the safety and performance features have been enhanced beyond what we could imagine just a few years ago. What does "high-tech" mean, and how does it relate to automotive service and repair?

The Center for Automotive Research (known as "CAR"), a nonprofit research organization based in Ann Arbor, MI, recently released a study that helps answer this question. According to their report, an industry sector that meets certain criteria and contains particular characteristics is considered high-tech. For example, the high-tech industry is generally described as one that has a workforce with at least 10% technical employees, such as engineers. The study concluded that the automotive industry "leads the pack" when it comes to technological developments and applications.

CAR found that . . .

  • An average of $1,200 is spent on research and development for every vehicle manufactured worldwide.
  • Around 60 microprocessors are contained in today's vehicle—four times as many as just 10 years ago.
  • More than 10 million lines of software code are found in a typical computer network of the average vehicle (over half the lines of code that reportedly run Boeing's 787 Dreamliner).
  • The automotive industry is granted approximately 4800 patients every year.
  • Five automakers—Volkswagen, Toyota, General Motors, Honda and Daimler—are among the top 20 in all corporate research and development spending.
  • GM and Ford individually spend more money on research and development than either General Electric or Apple.
  • 40% to 50% of the total cost of a vehicle is comprised of electronics (up from 20% a decade ago).

The report further suggests that the most complex purchase made by consumers is their automobile. It then concludes that jobs in the automotive industry (today and in the future) require workers to obtain the advanced training and skills necessary for designing, building and maintaining the high-tech components found in today's modern vehicles.

Need the help of automotive repair experts? Contact our ASE certified technicians today at Rebel Automotive or go online to https://www.rebel-auto.com for more information. We will be pleased to take care of your vehicle and provide you with honest and professional automotive service. Our auto repair shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

Automotive Service: It's Too High-Tech! Contact our ASE certified technicians at Rebel Automotive for more information about automotive repair.

Most vehicle owners know that automotive repair in today's world is too complex for the average Do-it-Yourselfer. The automotive industry is now considered to be a "high tech" industry. With advanced technology, the safety and performance features have been enhanced beyond what we could imagine just a few years ago. What does "high-tech" mean, and how does it relate to automotive service and repair?

The Center for Automotive Research (known as "CAR"), a nonprofit research organization based in Ann Arbor, MI, recently released a study that helps answer this question. According to their report, an industry sector that meets certain criteria and contains particular characteristics is considered high-tech. For example, the high-tech industry is generally described as one that has a workforce with at least 10% technical employees, such as engineers. The study concluded that the automotive industry "leads the pack" when it comes to technological developments and applications.

CAR found that . . .

  • An average of $1,200 is spent on research and development for every vehicle manufactured worldwide.
  • Around 60 microprocessors are contained in today's vehicle—four times as many as just 10 years ago.
  • More than 10 million lines of software code are found in a typical computer network of the average vehicle (over half the lines of code that reportedly run Boeing's 787 Dreamliner).
  • The automotive industry is granted approximately 4800 patients every year.
  • Five automakers—Volkswagen, Toyota, General Motors, Honda and Daimler—are among the top 20 in all corporate research and development spending.
  • GM and Ford individually spend more money on research and development than either General Electric or Apple.
  • 40% to 50% of the total cost of a vehicle is comprised of electronics (up from 20% a decade ago).

The report further suggests that the most complex purchase made by consumers is their automobile. It then concludes that jobs in the automotive industry (today and in the future) require workers to obtain the advanced training and skills necessary for designing, building and maintaining the high-tech components found in today's modern vehicles.

Need the help of automotive repair experts? Contact our ASE certified technicians today at Rebel Automotive or go online to https://www.rebel-auto.com for more information. We will be pleased to take care of your vehicle and provide you with honest and professional automotive service. Our auto repair shop serves vehicle owners in Henderson, NV, Las Vegas, NV, and North Las Vegas, NV.

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