The global market for mobile communication, computing and content (C3) delivery is exploding. Consumers are demanding ubiquitous C3: any content, anytime, anywhere. Examples include smart cell phones with WAP Internet Browsers and "Convergence'' portable devices such as the Palm VII Personal Digital Assistant.This paper will explore the special opportunities and challenges as Mobile Information or "C3'' is brought into the vehicle world. For example, how will the human-machine interface be designed to allow the driver to "surf the internet''? How will we deploy common, open standards for vehicle hardware and software to reduce cost and product development cycle time? What are the opportunities for future wideband wireless connectivity to vehicles? How will information services be provided? And what kind of media content will be available and when?