3 Vehicle Tech Trends That Will Change The Future Of The Automobile Industry

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Experts reveal that over 10.4 million connected cars will be sharing information on global roads in 2020, according to PR Newswire. The rapid growth of mobile technology and IoT enables carmakers to collect details about drivers, the route they are taking, their destination, traffic patterns, and predict when vehicles require maintenance. Drivers can keep roads safe thanks to connectivity. 

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Connected cars share details about traffic and road conditions so that drivers can expect potential road risks and take preventive measures. But that’s not all modern technology has to offer. The automotive industry predicts that there will be cool tech gadgets for your car in the future.

Virtual Reality in Auto Dealerships

Car buyers spend a considerable amount of time reviewing consumer feedback provided online by reputable dealerships to ensure they make informed decisions. For this, dealerships must give precise details to help customers understand different aspects of cars, including price, features, and performance.

Thanks to technological advancements, auto dealers don’t have to rely on written consumer reports only to explain how different cars function. With the help of virtual reality, consumers can easily understand the technical aspects of a vehicle. VR technology displays all the tech features and options interactively. Additionally, VR improves car-marketing processes. By using VR headsets, consumers can test drive and determine areas that require personalization to enhance their driving experience.

Lane Keeping Assist

This tech feature works as a semi-autonomous driving function. However, it aids drivers rather than replace them. The lane-keeping assist driving system monitors lane boundaries using forward-facing cameras. It then sends a visual and audible or tactile warning when the driver accidentally crosses the line.

Although this system can steer the car gently to the right position on its own, it requires driver input. So if your hand is not detected on the steering wheel when you approach or cross lane markings, it flashes a warning through vibrations on the steering wheel or seat.

Automatic Emergency Braking

Almost all new cars come with automatic emergency braking, which is one of the most vital safety features in the market. It comes in handy in traffic congestion, where a slight moment of distraction can lead you to steer into stopped traffic. The functionality of automatic emergency braking systems causes a vehicle to stop immediately when the forward collision warning sensors predict a crash.

But before the system brakes automatically, it will send a warning in the form of flashing light and alert tone if the closing speed towards slow traffic or a stopped vehicle ahead could lead to an accident. This system might not always prevent a car crash, but it can mitigate the severity of collisions.

Carmakers realize the benefits of using technology in automobiles. As a result, they are incorporating advanced tech features in all cars, even the most affordable brands, to enhance safety, comfort, and communications. When buying a car, make sure it comes with various tech aspects, including Apple CarPlay and Android audio, Biometric access, adaptive cruise control, and remote vehicle control via mobile apps.

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