The Best (And Weirdest) Future Car Tech Debuting This 2022!
It's no secret that the car industry is evolving faster than ever before. Automobile enthusiasts have a lot to keep up with, considering tech developments in modern cars. This blog post will introduce some exciting and weird automobile tech developments that will light up 2022 and the years to come.
Color Changing Cars -
Straight out of a James Bond film, chameleon cars are now a reality. You could use this technology for various purposes, such as making your car more visible in bad weather or expressing your personality.
In-Car AI Assistants -
As our homes become more innovative, so do our cars. In-car artificial intelligence assistants are becoming increasingly common, with many manufacturers now offering them as standard features. These digital assistants can perform various tasks, such as controlling the infotainment system, making phone calls, and even giving you directions.
Several carmakers are now offering artificial intelligence (AI) assistants in their vehicles. These can do everything from reading out your messages to finding the perfect parking spot. In the future, AI could even help you avoid accidents.
Improved Connectivity -
Cars that connect and communicate with each other and the infrastructure around them are becoming more and more common. This technology, known as vehicle-to-everything (V2X), has the potential to make driving safer and smoother, as well as reduce traffic congestion.
Wireless Charging -
Many new cars now come with wireless charging pads, which allow you to charge your phone without having to plug them in. Users can now use their phones for navigation or streaming music without worrying about the battery running out.
Biometric Entry -
Imagine unlocking your car with a fingerprint or retinal scanner. This is already a reality for some high-end cars and will likely become more common. There are chances this may phase out to adapt to the more popular keyless entry, but biometrics offer much more secure access to designated vehicles.
Driverless Cars -
Self-driving cars are no more restricted to the realm of sci-fi. With several companies already testing them on public roads & fleets. While there are still some safety concerns, driverless cars will likely become the norm.
Remote Control Parking and Voice Activation -
Parking can be tedious, but you may be able to do it without even being in the car in the future. Some cars can already be parked using a remote control, and voice activation is becoming increasingly common. In fact, a distinguished automaker has phased in a car that can parallel park & fit into narrow parking nooks!
Augmented Reality Heads-Up Displays -
AR heads-up displays (HUDs) are slowly making their way into cars. These HUDs project information onto the windshield, so you don’t have to take your eyes off the road.
Electronic Stability Control -
This safety feature helps drivers maintain control of their cars, particularly during bad weather conditions. Newer car models are already adopting this technology.
Readers on the lookout for a new car, you're in luck.
This year's lineup of cars has some fantastic features - and we've even seen some weird ones start to pop up. If you're in the market for a new Honda, explore our collection of the latest vehicles.