Car Innovations To Watch Out For
If you’ve been hiding under a rock, then just recently came out, you probably haven’t heard of all the recently developed car technologies. Self-driving cars, electric powered vehicles, and hybrid automobiles are just some of these interesting developments. But these are actually old news, believe it or not. For you to not be left behind and be updated though, you should always know, what are the new car innovations to expect this year?
Don’t you think it would be nice for cars to have social media too? Communication between cars is an important factor to prevent accidents. Also, this technology can make it possible for cars to issue relevant warnings among drivers. What are the implications of this, you ask? The Vehicle-to-Vehicle or V2V communication technology may enable a car to automatically stop when going through an intersection, for example. Or, the car with V2V can also slow down when there are bumps on the road.
Cars can connect to the mobile devices we use everyday for us to have internet on the go. However, recent developments will allow your cars themselves to use the internet in an increasingly efficient manner. Today, the 4G connection stands out for its speed, and its use can spread rapidly in cars. A fast connection in the car will allow passengers to use data-intense apps such as full 3D map visualization, two-way video calling, HD or even 4K video streaming.
Remember what we told you about hybrid and electric-powered vehicles being old news? This is why. Recent developments have focused on utilizing wireless battery recharging systems for electric or hybrid vehicles. Just how does this work though? The concept of wireless recharging focuses on using induction pavements where the battery can charge through a magnetic field.
Drivers may soon get access to numerous data right in front of them, like literally. Windshields will soon be able to display essential pieces of information like a transparent LED screen. Information such as current speed, oil level, weather conditions and GPS data, will soon be easily accessible.