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5 New Features You Get With Smart Vehicles

In the past, the major purpose of using vehicle is to move from one spot to another. Due to the fastest technological development, both passengers and drivers look for better functionality, comfort and entertainment options in the car. While all these refined features are present in the vehicle, we call it as the smart car. Now, we have picked the five features that you can find only in smart vehicles.

Features you find in any smart automobile

  • Save fuel with smart car

Every car driver tries to save their money by consuming less amount of fuel. You can never reduce the distance to be covered to reach your destination by car. However, with the fuel-efficient smart vehicles, you may be able to save money.

The electric-powered car has lots of advanced features to give convenience to the drivers. The drivers will get notifications on fuel efficiency. Moreover, the latest cars also send an alert on the gas station that sells fuel at a lower price rate.

  • Car paint with self-healing capacity

This is a new type of paint, available in the present market. Though you may not find this paint in all the modern cars, you will surely enjoy it in the coming years. All the scrapes on the surface will get vanished magically, and your car can automatically get back its original condition.

At present, the technological innovations are so amazing that we have not imagined them. Though they may be availed at a higher cost, you will get better value from your investment.

  • Mobiles integrated with smart cars

Your own car may not have Smartphone integration technology. We do not want to say about the option for playing audio files from Smartphone. However, the coolest feature that is notable to all is the convenience of using voice commands for controlling the functionality of mobile.

In the present market, there are very limited cars, where the iOS platform is controllable from the dashboard. Thus, you may safely and easily listen to music or call anyone. You can get the road directions by running Apple applications.

  • Thinner battery styles

No one likes to put a heavier battery into a device. The batteries for the current vehicles are much bulky in size, and so, they are also heavy in weight. Moreover, the car makers have to get the right place for installing the battery. Smart car has solved this issue. The sheet batteries are thinner in design, and you may also hide them at a site.

  • Customization design of the car

When you have bought a smart car, you can easily replace the panel. For instance, while you like to have fresh color, you have to install another panel. Moreover, replacement of the roof will also give your car an attractive look. You may add an engine with better horsepower.

So, these are the smartest features of modern vehicles, and you may look for the latest car models to get some of these technologically advanced features.



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