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Latest Car Technologies of 2023

Through the years, technology has seen incredible advancements. Among the industries that have seen major advancements in the automotive industry, which is almost unrecognizable compared to automotive from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Cars have improved substantially, and manufacturers constantly strive to create better-performing models. From seatbelts to automatic parking and everything in between, automotive technology is continuously getting safer and easier to operate.

With great success already achieved, what technological improvements have our cars undergone that are worth mentioning in 2022?  

In-car AI software collects real-time data such as video feeds from cameras, Google maps, and street views. AI uses this data to imitate and perform autonomous actions such as driving, self-diagnose, and even steering the vehicle in the event of an accident.

Imagine leaving the office, pressing a button, and your car drives itself from the garage to you. Consider ordering pizza and having it delivered by an autonomous car, this is the progress of artificial intelligence in vehicles. 

Not only is the windscreen display in futuristic sci-fi movies, but it is also currently in development, with prototypes being created on a regular basis, and several units available for purchase.

The concept of the new HUD is to have the windscreen be a transparent display, displaying live data as you operate your vehicle. Future developments promise to show this data on the front and back vehicle camera view, mileage, map, and moving cars nearby all on the HUD. Benefits of this technology include giving the driver easy access to all the features and relevant information about the car on the road without having to look away from the road. 

Although this technology is yet to be mass produced in cars for market, companies like Lumineq offer upgrade services, which will manually customize your vehicle to some of these features.

The next feature that has made massive improvements in 2022 is the biometric-level security on cars. Biometric security is securing a device (Mostly mechanical or electronic) with people’s unique physical features. Although we see this technology in contemporary smartphones and PCs, few people realize that vehicles are the next to adopt it. Famous examples include Fingerprint Lock and Retina scan.

This type of security measure is not new in the automotive business. It first appeared in 2019 with the world’s first fingerprint technology installed on the 2019 Santa Fe SUV.

More vehicles like the Tesla model are getting keyless, relying on biometrics to start the engine and even unlock the doors. It is safe to predict that most vehicle manufacturers will soon adopt this technology in the coming future.

Lane Keep Assist is a technology that assists drivers by minimally taking control of the steering wheel and brakes to help center the vehicle on the right lane. When the wheels begin to cross the lines, the lane-keep assistance system kicks in and corrects the situation so that the car remains centered and safe.

This is a safety feature, as its job is to enable safer driving on public roads, reducing the chances of collisions. Most modern cars from popular brands come with this technology or a variant of it, with examples including Honda sensing tech, Ford four-lane keeping system, and the Mercedes Benz keeping assist.

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