French car maker Peugeot has struck an alliance with Intel to create the perfect car, boasting such features as video on demand, automatic navigation systems and 'intelligent airbags'.
Reports indicate that five million of the intelligent cars are likely to hit the market over the next three years. Intel is reacting to claims from chipmaker Advanced Risc Machines (ARM) that it will dominate the market for intelligent cars by 2000, having signed many deals already with European and Far Eastern auto manufacturers.
The prime chip underlying these intelligent features will be the Pentium - possibly a way to mop up many of the unused 'classic' Pentiums still on the market.
Intel was unavailable for comment.
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