Information about the car is what CONSUMERS want.
Are you sure about that? What little actual user research I've seen suggests that most customers don't think much of in-car "infotainment" systems generally. The same research suggests that these systems are almost never a deciding factor in sales, except in the wrong direction if they are so bad that they stick out or, in a few cases, because of security or privacy concerns.
And really, who can blame those customers, when these systems almost invariably look awful and work even worse, even in very expensive prestige vehicles? It bends my mind that luxury car brands spend so much money getting metalwork and paint colours and seat shapes just right, but then throw in a "high tech" system that looks like the love child of a 1990s "under construction" web site and a first generation iOS app written by your neighbour's 14-year-old kid.
One day I really want to walk into a dealership for one of these brands and when they do the spiel about how great their high-tech keyless entry and infotainment systems are, see if they're willing to bet me the car that I can't compromise their system in some significant way in under 24 hours. Given I've worked in several relevant industries and have some idea of how low the standards are in the auto industry in this area, I find it disturbingly possible that I might actually be able to do that. But even if I couldn't, it would be fun watching the sales guys squirm, a bit like the SEO people who spam me saying they can get my business onto page 1 of Google in our field, when I reply that we actually are on page 1 of Google in our field and but when I searched for SEO I didn't see their site on the first page.