1. Increased Security: OTA updates have vastly improved the security of vehicles and ensured they remain safe from cyberattacks.

2. Remote Diagnostics: With OTA updates, dealerships and manufacturers can run diagnostic tests on vehicles remotely and send updates that rectify issues without the need of the vehicle physically coming in for servicing.

3. Dynamic Updates: OTA allows for updating more software and firmware in the cars so that the updates can be delivered faster and even while the car is on the move.

4. Fleet Management: OTA updates make it easier for fleet managers to keep track of multiple vehicles and ensure their software and safety updates are always up to date.

5. Firmware Updates: Firmware is software that controls the underlying hardware of the car. Updating firmware means improving performance and fixing bugs for hardware-related issues.

6. Remote Features: OTA updates enable drivers to access features remotely, like starting or stopping the engine, adjusting the temperature settings and other convenience-based features.

7. Bug Fixes: OTA updates ensure that any bugs or malfunctions are addressed in real-time and fixes rolled out remotely.

8. Improved Driver Assistance Systems: OTA updates allow for more efficient, accurate, and sustainable driver assistance systems, ensuring they remain up to date with the latest innovations.

9. Regulatory Compliance: OTA updates help manufacturers ensure that their vehicles comply with the latest regulations and standards.

10. Performance Management: OTA updates can be used to improve performance and optimize vehicle thermodynamics, ensuring that engine efficiency, and fuel economy are maximized.