As an EE with more than a little experience in electronics in the transportation industry (Aerospace), there is a lot more to a platform than electronics. The hardware reliability is paramount and it takes years to learn what you need to know to extend the life of a car from 5 years to 10 and 15 years. I can't see the electronics platform content providers the poster is talking about acquiring that knowledge and learning how to do the processes needed to attain that level of reliability for decades, because that's what it took for those in that manufacturing space who primarly mission in business was to do so. The logo the poster is talking about are relatively hardware poor compared to those who make powered wheels. Windows took over because it made people more efficient by putting the power to make individual choices in their hands and providing a killer app, namely visicalc. (Which is why google glass died, it never had the killer app you couldn't live without). The primary mission of cars is to transport people and stuff over a distance
.... and to provide young males with an image.
So tell me how a content provider logo on the side of my mini van loaded with 6 Cheerleaders is going to let me do something I couldn't do before that I can't live without. Given each of those girls are texting each other in the car and out of the car and posting selfies to social media as I am driving down the road?