Vehicles, as they are known today, have come a long way since Henry Ford’s Model T. While some may see various technologies being decades away from being implemented into cars, others see them as just around the corner. That is why this list of features expected to be in almost all cars in the near future has been put together. These revolutionary additions to our main mode of transportation are as follows:
- Electrification of Cars
- Self Driving Cars
- Flying Cars
Electrification of Cars
Car owners recognize Tesla as the only manufacturer to exclusively develop all-electric vehicles. While they were certainly the first to do so, many other manufacturers are getting in on the race. As other car manufacturers fear falling behind in the race to electrification of our transportation sector, they are developing an electric vehicle of their own to release to the general public as soon as this year. Fossil fuels are a finite resource and as alternative power sources expand, it is not unreasonable to think that more and more all-electric cars will be gracing the roads soon.
Self Driving Cars
Wouldn’t it be nice to climb into a vehicle, sit back, take in a movie and arrive at your destination all without lifting a finger? While this may seem like something out of a science fiction novel, it is closer than many think. Tech giants are investing millions per year in self-driving technology. It has already been mass utilized in the form of self-parking cars. As the technology improves and clearances from governing bodies are received, it may not be so uncommon to see someone napping behind the wheel.
Many believe flying cars will never exist. Surprisingly, flying cars already exist. Although these aircrafts are now only available to the super wealthy, all new technologies start off highly expensive. As development costs fall and new