A recent report on the wish-lists of motorists might be of interest to car manufacturers. It appears that when thinking of buying a new car, most motorists are unmoved by basic additions such as satnav and air-conditioning.
Bizarrely, for 45 percent of motorists in-car entertainment seems to be the most sought after add-on. This group of drivers put flat-screen televisions, DVD players, games consoles and personal computers at the top of their wish-list. Another 33 percent were more concerned with sound systems, opting for i-pod docking stations, Bluetooth connectivity and blu-ray players.
Amongst other sought after additions were fridges, refreshment facilities and even an in-car toilet.
However, safety remains an important consideration, with 25 percent of drivers wishing for an automatic tyre inflation system that would maintain the correct tyre pressure.