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While the Lexus LS-460 includes the most technology features, a close second is the 2006 BMW 7-Series and the 2007 Mercedes S-Class, both tied at 20. They are followed by the Lexus LX-470.
In all, thirteen vehicles make up the top five list of vehicles having the most technologies. In terms of brands only five OEMs hold positions here - BMW, Mercedes, Cadillac, Lexus, and Acura.
Eight of the vehicles are priced over $50,000, three models are priced from $40,000 to $50,000, and two are priced between $30,000 and $40,000. Two of the 13 vehicles are SUVs, while the rest are near-luxury or luxury sedans.
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Earlier this month, it was declared that BMW was the brand leader in terms of technology availability across all models. On an overall basis, BMW deploys more technology than any other brand.
TRG (Telematics Research Group, Inc.) tracks and analyzes the markets for automotive telematics, navigation, infotainment and driver assist and licenses this competitive intelligence to leading companies around the world.