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Berlin (dpa) — There’s ever more software in cars these days, and manufacturers are driving us towards the familiar smartphone model of regular updates bringing new features and improvements. The goal, like on an iPhone or Android phone, is that updates will help existing vehicles to benefit from the latest innovations. But you don’t need to bring your car to the garage to get it updated, the vehicle’s integrated cellular connection means that the data can be transferred wirelessly. This is called over-the-air updates, or OTA for short. “The over-the-air update is the new facelift,” says Magnu…

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