Latest Features In Cars
An alternator that recycles energy for your car and saves gas.
It's Cool: Renewable energy is amazing, especially when it comes to cars. The 2014 Mazada6 includes a technology named i-ELOOP, which stores kinetic energy every time it breaks, converts that energy to electricity, and uses that energy to electricity headlights, AC systems, and even car sound. This 's less fuel used for a happier you.
Heated wiper blades that melt ice and snow to keep everything clear.
Why It's Cool: Winter drivers know the pain and misery of having to deal with the snow messing their eyesight upward. It's not an enjoyable thing, but firms such as Everblade and Thermalblade make cheap wiper blades that make quick work of snow and ice to ensure you don't have to break out the squeegee yourself.
An integrated vacuum for spontaneous cleaning and spills charms.
Why It's Cool: Car lovers are definitely familiar with Shop-Vac, making efficient vacuums for almost any vehicle on the market. The 2014 and 2015 Honda Odyssey capitalizes on that love and really includes a built-in vacuum using a long range hose for people who are interested in keeping everything tidy all of the time.
Automobiles that recognize traffic light changes and count down before the next green light.
Why It's Cool: We invest at least 38 hours a year stuck in traffic, which usually involves a lot of time looking at stoplights. Throughout the upcoming few decades, Audi will roll out a traffic light information system which will inform drivers how long until the upcoming green light and tell you fast or slow they ought to go for to the upcoming green light, all in 1 system.
Automated parallel and perpendicular parking systems.
Why It's Cool: If you live in a big city or an urban area in general, finding parking may get tough and usually leads you to the bother of having to parallel park. Now, however, every firm from Toyota into Lexus and Ford to Volvo contains parking aids which find a space and execute a near flawless parallel park move without screwing up anybody 's bumper. This past year, car maker Bosch is gearing up allowing drivers to escape a vehicle and have vehicles park themselves with the support of an app.
Windows that clean them and deflect fluid automatically.
It's Cool: Kia along with other auto manufacturers are actively incorporating "hydrophobic" windows for its 2015 and 2016 car versions, which can be coated glass which prevents stuff such as rain, dirt, and other debris from touching your prized windows. It's like built-in Rain-X to your ride, without needing to apply it yourself.