Ummm ... I'm thinking about this one. I'm considerably older than the millennials referenced in this read, so I don't know if this person is typical of that generation and their automotive preferences.
I can agree with some of what Mosher says. Cars are getting more expensive, especially when loaded with all the tech every car should probably have standard, considering the way so many people DO NOT DRIVE THEIR CARS (a driver came up behind me today with a phone in one hand and a cigarette in the other, presumably she was using her knees to work the steering wheel--I'm just guessing) anymore, so perhaps the sooner we get to robot-cars, etc., the better.
Anyhow, Johnson Controls seems to think so:
Guess if the millennials want it, 'it' will happen.