Which car will be the first to have a wireless charging station?

The first car to have the wireless charging system on a car is expected in the near future, according to a report in the Wall Street Journaleon.

The wireless charging technology, called ‘Wireless Power Charging’, is designed to allow car owners to charge their smartphones and tablets at the same time.

The tech will be available on the next-generation Ford Fusion, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Camaro, Cadillac CT6 and Buick LaCrosse models.

It’s been designed to make charging and charging while driving a bit more convenient, but it’s still a bit of a challenge to charge a smartphone and tablet while driving, according the report.

For example, it’s difficult to get a charge while standing in the middle of the road while driving with a charging station plugged into the car’s USB port.

The car will also have a new feature called ‘Charging Zone’, which will allow drivers to set up charging stations within the car.

It will allow the car to charge when it is parked and when it’s on the highway.

The report also noted that the next generation Ford Fusion is expected to have an upgraded wireless charging network, while the next model Cadillac Xts will be equipped with the same wireless charging option.