AT&T and LG recently announced a new partnership in which LG will work closely with AT&T on its connected car efforts. In particular, the two firms will collaborate on AT&T Drive to help design new services that will run on new hardware "for tomorrow's vehicles."

AT&T Drive is an initiative based out of the AT&T Drive Studio in Atlanta, which features a 5,000 square-foot testing facility, complete with its own garage doors, where AT&T and its partners can work together in real-time on future technology. As a sponsor, LG will join 12 other companies that are already participating in the AT&T Drive Studio.

LG's vice president and head of in-vehicle infotainment, Jong Rak Lim, said that his firm has found that safety, comfort and convenience are three of the most important factors customers and OEMs want in a new car. With AT&T, LG plans to help improve the driver's experience in all three areas, particularly through smart car advancements.

We're excited to see what the two companies can cook up together for the future.