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20 car technologies we’re thankful for (and a little spoiled by)

by:KJTDQ     2020-05-26
The weather is getting colder and colder, the leaves are falling, and the spices of the pumpkin are flowing down.
That can only mean one thing.
The 2017 holiday has arrived.
It\'s an era of celebration, family reunion, and consumerism, but whatever you celebrate, there\'s a lot to be thankful.
Today, we will continue to focus on some truly remarkable automotive technologies that we take for granted.
Now there are cars on the road that can drive themselves effectively, Park without anyone for intervention, and even update themselves wirelessly without leaving the driveway.
Say we\'re old fashioned, but it\'s incredible.
For this list, we focus on the common car features, and we throw out some ambiguity for better measurement.
We are grateful for 20 kinds of car technology during this holiday.
It\'s been a long time to heat up the seats, but that doesn\'t make them so bad.
In winter, with the exception of the cool summer, there is little feeling comparable to the warm embrace of the heated leather behind you.
You will be happy to join the massage function.
Although the 1972 Saab 99 is sometimes considered to have provided the first heated seat, Cadillac actually provided this feature on the fleewood luxury car in 1966.
However, this option is very rare and warm through carbon-
Cloth heating pad.
Who is responsible for our collective thanks for the lower back.
The next feature we choose is a more modern one --
Adaptive cruise control (ACC).
The systems of different automakers may vary, but all ACCs use some sort of radar/camera system to track the vehicle ahead and adjust the speed accordingly.
While regular cruise control keeps the car at a steady speed until the driver is involved, the ACC will speed up or slow down depending on the position in front of the car, thus reducing fatigue.
Some people will even give you a full stop if necessary so that the driver can start again with a quick touch of the \"Restore\" button.
To achieve the best results, pair with lane holding assist to reduce pressurefree ride.
Although there are still many years from fully autonomous cars
Autonomous features like this are a glimpse into the future of driverless cars.
There was a time when you had to turn your head to see what was behind you.
We still think it\'s a good idea, but when we enter
Flat cars like $15,790 Honda Fit come standard with spare cameras and you really don\'t have to do that.
In fact, all vehicles under 10,000 pounds need a rearview mirror of 2018.
The benefits of these devices are obvious. With a high-
The reference resolution image becomes more difficult (
Not impossible though)
Running on the recycling bin at the end of the lane, and with the parking sensor enabled, going back to a tight spot has never been as easy as it is now.
Some cars even offer 360.
Degree camera with higher visibility.
Did you have this device before your bumper?
Let us know in the comments.
2013 Ford Escape is the best car in the world-if your hands are full of groceries in the pouring rain, that\'s it.
Automatic lift door, also famous-
In the escape crossing of the above 2013 models, free lifting doors were introduced for the first time.
Although \"feet-
The \"activate\" system does not always work properly
Make frustrated commuters kick their car like angry Michael Flatley
It does pave the way for one of the most convenient and intelligent technologies.
Fortunately, the modern example of automatic weight lifting can be operated without taekwondo training.
Just walk to your vehicle with a key chain in the range and the car will feel it and automatically open it for you.
Ambient interior lighting may not be very high
Tech, but boy, is this fun?
Usually at high-
High-end luxury cars like MercedesBenz S-
LED lighting can usually be adjusted according to different colors and brightness levels to make drivers and passengers feel like they are in a high brightness state
Not a car.
You can even direct Star Trek by putting the cabin in \"red alert\" mode, but if you like something like this, you have to make your own sound. Non-
Luxury car manufacturers have clearly recognized the value of this feature as ambient interior lighting has entered the market.
For example, the 2015 Kia Soul provides mood lighting in five colors, and its brightness can be changed depending on the intensity of your music.
We are approaching an old age.
Old-fashioned car keys will travel along the floppy route.
Outdated, clumsy and forgotten.
Most new cars offer electronic keys fob instead of standard keys, which allows drivers to lock, unlock and start the vehicle from a distance.
With their proximity sensors, fobs can automatically unlock doors when the driver touches the handle, which is handy when you have bags, kids, animals, or you have a bag of children and animals in your hand.
Once in, you will find that the key fob makes another feature possiblepush-button start.
Keyless ignition is not only the biggest progress of the car start-up technology, but also the most critical, it immediately improves the perceived value of the car.
Just press the switch. In-
The car navigation must have gone a long way.
When the first GPS units start to appear in 1990 seconds, they are very slow and inaccurate and usually take a few seconds to respond to simple commands, such as zooming in or out.
While automakers still lag behind smartphone navigation in many ways, they will definitely get better and they will still keep you away from asking questions.
Modern navigation technology can search for local points of interest, download traffic data, automatically bypass in the event of an accident, and so on. What’s next? Smarter head-
Cool gadgets such as Up Display, holographic windshield projection, more cloudy connections, and Jaguar Land Rover 360 virtual city windshield.
When we talk about navigation, let\'s discuss one of our favorite topics on DT cars --
Smart phone integration.
In the past, the marriage between the phone and the car was limited to the USB port for charging, the Bluetooth connection for calls and music, but there are many more choices today.
Products like Apple CarPlayand Android Autoallow allow drivers to use almost all of their phone\'s features from their driver\'s seat, including messaging, music, podcasts, and a variety of fully manual appsfree.
We appreciate some of the features on this list because they are cool.
We are grateful to others because they can save our lives.
This is exactly the point of both.
Automatic emergency braking uses sensors similar to those in the adaptive cruise control system, and they are only used for automatic parking when hazards occur.
It may be a pedestrian who squeezes into the driveway, or it may be that the car in front of it suddenly presses on the brakes, but in any case, the automatic brakes can react faster and more effectively than the human brain.
Some systems even pop up a radar below the car ahead to read the vehicle in two places ahead and warn the driver of the imminent danger. Cool and safe? We like that.
One of them is not like the other.
Active Exhaust valves may not be the first thing to think of when talking about cool car technology, but they are still technically, absolutely cool.
When the button is pressed inside the cabin, the car equipped with this function is turned on (or close)
Special butterfly valve inside the exhaust unit, release or calm the full sound anger of the power unit on the other side.
This is especially helpful for Jaguar F-and other loud cars.
The R-type, its throaty V8 soundtrack can easily start the car alarm.
As long as the switch is pressed, the car will be quiet and reach the civil level . . . . . . At least until the next direct launch.
Sudden whim may not be the best feature of human behavior, but in cars it is a sign of maturity.
Modern vehicles can reinforce their suspension according to the driving mode they are in, adjust their steering ratio, and even encourage their engine notes, and flipping between them is no more complicated than turning on the air conditioner.
Cars can have any number of modes-
Normal, eco-friendly, comfortable, Sports plus, personal and track-
Each one offers a different style of performance or luxury.
Everything from Toyota Prius to McLaren 570 Shas has this feature, but they clearly have very different uses.
At Prius, these modes allow drivers to commute using electricity alone, or use all the power of the hybrid if they are in a hurry.
At McLaren, they can reinforce the adaptive damper for better handling, or shield their thunderous exhaust for more subtle handling.
In any case, the driving mode allows people behind the steering wheel to customize their driving characters electronically, and in some cases they can turn supercars into luxury cars.
At 2016, most automakers include a built-inin Wi-
Hot spots in their cars, which means drivers can stay in touch no matter where they are.
We don\'t recommend using your phone, tablet or connected refrigerator behind the steering wheel, but it\'s nice to know that the days of looting the Internet from coffee shops and libraries are basically over. Wi-
Fi is expected to be high-
Premium models such as BMW 7 Series and Mercedes-Benz-Benz S-
First class, but even affordable cars like $13,000 Chevrolet Spark offer wireless Internet and OnStar subscriptions.
Better yet, high-quality after-sales hotspots are only $50, so you really don\'t have to unplug if you don\'t want.
Isn\'t it good to know when the traffic lights will change?
If you spend a lot of time in the city, this information can make your commute more tolerable and even save you money.
Believe it or not, there is actually an app.
Open Guide App (Android, iOS)
Is a free program made of connected signals that uses data from GPS and local traffic management centers to predict the duration and frequency of traffic lights.
With this information, you can complete the text safely, or take more-
Need a sip of coffee and you can even clock the lights when you go so you can coast and save fuel.
EnLighten is not available everywhere, but automakers are paying attention.
BMW is working to integrate the iOS version of EnLighten into its BMW application kit, and Audi has introduced similar systems on 2017 Q7, A4 and A4 all roads.
These systems are a long way from mainstream applications, but every red light will be like a small holiday until you know it.
Speech recognition is not the most advanced system in our list, but if used properly, it is definitely one of the most convenient systems.
The technology can initiate calls, get directions, draft and read text, play songs, and even search for local points of interest without the driver typing a word.
When you don\'t look at the phone, you (hopefully)
Looking at the road, it means you won\'t turn over in the car in front of you.
A good voice control system may just be your favorite new feature, but a bad system will actually be more distracting because you have to fight it.
Thankfully, these choices are getting better and better each year, and with the addition of apps like natural language processing and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, talking to your car can make you gain something.
Automatic parking is the answer of an era. old question —
Why do you do it when your car can do it for you?
The technology began to appear in the United States in early 2000, mainly in the Lexus ls460 in 2006.
With sonar sensors and rearview mirrors working together, this limo can park almost entirely on its own, and once a signal is made, the driver only stops using the brakes.
Lexus began a trend.
Since then, car manufacturers such as Ford, Audi, Jeep and BMW have started using automatic parking systems. This year, Tesla released a call feature that allows Model S and Model X drivers to park vehicles remotely with key chains.
Imagine that in the future you will pull to a restaurant, jump off the driver\'s seat and watch your car leave automatically looking for a parking space.
When you\'re done, it comes back to you as quickly as a loyal pet, waiting to take you home.
Now, the future is not far away. we thank you for that.
Welcome lighting may be the best manufacturer
Approved way to show off since hood decoration.
It achieves practical purposes by illuminating the area around the driver\'s door at night, however, many automakers use welcome lighting to display their logo, this means that passers-by always know what kind of car you are driving --
Even in the dark
If you plan to sit in your seat for a long time, it\'s better to be a little more comfortable.
Fortunately, modern car seats are like armchairs, depending on their ability to massage passengers.
Granted, the massage seats are a bit decadent, but they are great for long trips and can even make it easier to sit in the traffic.
The only downside is the possibility of being too relaxed.
After all, you should pay attention to this road.
Among the many safety technologies available on modern cars, lane keep assist solves one of the simplest problems.
It is not difficult to park a car in the driveway, but the driver still needs a little bit at times, especially for long trips.
The lane keeping assist system can use brakes or steering to prevent the car from crossing the line, which helps to make the road safer.
Whether it\'s carbon fiber, aluminum or high
Automakers put more light materials into their cars.
This is a good thing, because reducing the weight can improve everything in the car, from fuel economy to acceleration to control.
In order to meet stricter emission standards, it is also necessary to reduce the weight and compensate for the expansion caused by more and more technical functions.
Colin Chapman, founder of Lotus
\"Simplify, then increase the brightness \"-
Still established.
Electric cars have great benefits for both the environment and the wallet, but long charging initially makes road travel impractical.
The input DC is charged quickly, which greatly reduces the charging time compared to the traditional AC charging system. While 240-
Volt Level 2 AC system takes several hours to charge the electric car, many DC fast charging
The charging station can charge the battery pack to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes.
There is still a long way to go for fast DC charging.
The station itself is relatively expensive and therefore less common than the AC station.
There are three competition standards (
Superchargers for CHAdeMO, CCS and Tesla)
This means that not every electric car can charge at every station.
In any case, we appreciate the progress made so far.
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