The automotive industry continues to experience a shift towards all-electric cars. Additionally, the technological updates continue to surge unabated despite the current adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Electric momentum has given rise to either electric vehicles (EV) or hybrid versions that use both gas and electricity.
Given the said shift, which top-5 tech cars should you watch in 2021?
If you need a tech car that features standard technology, then get a Sonata. It’s a midsize car from Hyundai, and it boasts several cool features, including a blind-spotting attribute that is common in several tech cars nowadays. Importantly, you can get your Sonata from the car zone without being in the driver’s seat.
Toyota Rav4 Prime
The Rav4 from Toyota uses hybrid technology. It can cover 40kms while running on electricity. The aspect results from the use of its navigation system, GPS, traffic data, and information for optimal use of gas and electricity. However, it also incorporates other features to enhance the capability.
Mercedes Benz GLB250
Not only is the GLB250 stylish, but it also features phenomenal tech. It has an MBUX infotainment system and 7-inch screens that its driver and passengers can use for fun or facts. Additionally, the Benz has an augmented reality navigation system, SIRI-like voice assistant, adaptive cruise, 64-color lighting system, and 360-degree cameras, among other cool features.
Honda Accord is a 2018 car that has a refreshed 2021 reface. The car now has a broader grille and brighter LED lighting system. It also has a more sophisticated mapping system and a stronger acceleration system. Its lane assistance system makes the car safer.
Tesla Model 3
How about a tech car with full self-driving potential? The Tesla Model 3 has an optional autopilot system that helps it change lanes and navigate without your assistance. Amazingly, this vehicle receives over-the-air updates. You can step out for a snack and step back in a more convenient car without using a dime.
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