Best Features In A Car
Automatic parallel and vertical parking systems.
Why It's Cool: If you live in a large city or an urban area generally, locating parking can get tough and usually leads you to the bother of having to parallel park. Now, however, every firm from Toyota into Lexus and Ford to Volvo includes parking assists which locate a space and perform a near flawless parallel park move without screwing up anyone's bumper. This year, car maker Bosch is even gearing up allowing drivers to get out of a car and have vehicles park themselves with the help of an app.
Trunks that automatically open if your hands are full.
It's Cool: It's always a nightmare trying to open your back when your hands are full with groceries or shore stuff; you usually wind up attempting to kick your trunk open or do some awkward hand dancing movement to make it work. The 2015 Kia Sedona helps you out by automatically opening your back when it detects your smart key in your pocket, and can be programmable for safety and effortless access.
Way more gas-efficient motors and engines.
Why It's Cool: While the purchase price of gas might be going down recently, the majority of us agree that the we have to fill up, the better life is. Automobiles like the 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan and the 2015 Honda Fit are starting to go beyond 30 miles per gallon, while more beast-y vehicles such as the 2015 Ford F-150 have more efficient tanks to save motorists from going to the pump too often.
Built-in night vision and radar detection for avoiding objects and wilderness.
Why It's Cool: We've experienced night drives when even your high beams aren't enough to cause you to feel protected. But because we live in the long run, car manufacturers such as BMW and Audi have taken it upon themselves to develop actual night vision dash systems which work with detectors and permit you to see wildlife like deer or objects such as trash cans in the complete dark.