As our lives seem to get more connected every day, it's no surprise that General Motors (GM) is bringing some of the technology that has you glued to your smartphone directly to your car's dashboard. GM just launched an ecommerce dashboard, called the Marketplace, that allows drivers to order food, make reservations, find gas stations and more. 

The technology is already available to nearly two million drivers of 2017 GM models and will be available in numerous upcoming 2018 models, according to Reuters. 

But can it really make sitting in traffic less painful? 

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