Integration of technological advancements in cars has certainly surpassed our expectations. However, some of these advanced features we look at may come with colossal price tags. Nevertheless, we can still hopeful for a time where technology becomes more efficient and cheaper, allowing for all these cool and futuristic features to be implemented in cars of every price range. Futuristic car technologies are a boon to the added technologies we have.
Owing to more comfort, entertainment, functionalities, and so on in our cars than ever before, rapid technological advancements are seen nowadays.
Here are some of the top Futuristic embroidery of Car Technologies equipped
Ensuring to smoother traffic and less congested roads, this future tech will make machines communicate with each other. It operates by using wireless signals to send information back and forth between cars about their location, speed and direction. The information is then communicated to the cars around it in order to provide information on how to keep the vehicles safe distances from each other. These futuristic car technologies could transform the way we drive and increase automotive safety dramatically. Good thing is that car companies and the government are already working to try to make this a reality. All of this communication and preemptive vehicle assistance leads us into our next future technology. This technology will also increase road safety by reducing collisions between cars. For example, your car can warn you about a car that’s coming from your blind spot. If implemented correctly, this technology will significantly increase road safety, efficiency, and driving experience.
We have already come across lots of TV and Movie scenes where self-driving cars create an amazing entry on our mindset. Therefore it is not a new idea in itself. But making it reality, truly means exactly that, one that can drive itself, and they’re probably closer to being a reality than you might think.
In California and Nevada, Google engineers have already tested self-driving cars on more than 200,000 miles (321,869 kilometers) of public highways and roads. Google’s cars not only record images of the road, but their computerized maps view road signs, find alternative routes and see traffic lights before they’re even visible to a person. By using lasers, radars, and cameras, the cars can analyze and process information about their surroundings faster than a human can.
Although self-driving cars may seem far off, GM has already done its own testing and some people believe that you’ll see some sort of self-driving futuristic car technologies in showrooms in the next decade.
DASHBOARDS WITH AUGMENTED REALITY
Augmented Reality display on car dashboards will include lots of functionality to the car with futuristic technologies. We would be able to see information like speed, navigation details and even the name of an incoming call with minimalistic designs on our windscreens.
GPS and other in-car displays are great for getting us from point A to point B, and some high-end vehicles even have displays on the windshield, but in the near future cars will be able to identify external objects in front of the driver and display information about them on the windshield. Augmented reality may not be here yet, but if these car companies have their way, we’ll be seeing it in our future cars a little way down the road.
BMW is also researching the use of augmented reality for automotive technicians. They released a video where a BMW technician uses AR glasses to look at an engine, identify what parts need to be replaced and then shows step-by-step instructions on how to fix it. AR is also being researched for passengers as well. Toyota has developed working concepts of their AR system that would allow passengers to zoom in on objects outside of the car, select and identify objects, as well as view the distance of an object from the car using a touch-screen window.
AIRBAGS TO STOP CARS
All of us, the car owners, know about airbags such as curtain airbags, side airbags, knee airbags, seat belts airbags and even ones that deploy under us. But do we really know about the ones that help to stop cars or slow them down while braking at the time of accident!? What gives this kind of airbag potential as futuristic car technologies are that it uses existing vehicle safety systems. Although Mercedes has been working on this technology for several years, it isn’t available on any production models yet and may not be seen on the road for another few years. With the current evolution of airbags and their pervasiveness within the automotive world, it wouldn’t be a stretch to imagine future cars using airbags to not only protect passengers but to actually stop cars as well.
CAR BODY PANELS AS BATTERY
Instead of using large and bulky batteries to power up a car, Volvo has developed a futuristic technology where batteries will be hidden in plain sight by replacing the cosmetic parts of a car. These parts could be the panels throughout the car on both the interior and exterior. Manufacturers won’t have to compromise on the appearance of the car as the batteries would be thin and bendable. These panels could reduce a car’s weight by up to 15 percent. Although it is a futuristic technology and is yet to catch up with this vision, it’s definitely something worth looking forward to.
These futuristic car technologies will definitely improve our efficiency and driving skills giving us ease and comfort in riding our cars.