The future of cars technology

The Future of Car Technology: What to Expect in the Next Decade

We are always on the lookout for the next big thing. EV was quiet in talks for a few years but it will only last for some time. So what can you expect to be the next big thing for cars?

Although many brands are providing a very sustainable yet highly advanced car model each year, here are a few things you can expect in the next decade when it comes to cars.

Autonomous Car/Driving

Now before you say that TESLA is already doing this. Let me clarify. When we say autonomous, it means that from the start to the end of the trip that car is equipped with such high-grade sensors that it autonomously drives the car safely. Research is already going on and we might get there in the next decade. This would be highly useful on days when there is a lot of traffic.

Health sensors

Just like smart watches, once you are sitting inside the car all the sensors tracking your health will be activated. This will be helpful to those who have always tracked their health in certain parameters.

Biometric touch

No more keys as everything will operate with just a single touch. Many reports have been published stating that future cars will have a biometric scan to operate.

This eliminated the danger of keys being forgotten or stolen. Your car will only start with your fingerprint

Doorstep car servicing

All the above advanced are only to make human life easy when it comes to driving. But if the servicing part stays the same tedious and time-consuming then all these technologies would go to waste.

Doorstep car servicing is already present in the market and provided by DYD. It eliminated the need to drive to a workshop and waste time, money and effort. With DYD you are making sure that your car’s periodic servicing is taken care of right at your doorstep.

These are a few of the features you can expect in a car in the near future. Hope this article helped you increase your knowledge of cars.

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