Comfortable and safe drive takes the first place when you choose a car. Nowadays, most of the modern electric cars and hybrids offer high-tech infotainment interfaces to control navigation while driving, the newest types of connectivity to make real-time traffic updates or local search, the best differential fluid to care for the differential maintaining, etc.
So let’s learn about cars that have already implemented some of these innovations.
Jaguar I-Pace – the EV Crossover with Gorgeous Design
The majority of electric vehicles are sedans for now, but this model offers much more than the electric engine. The car was developed with two concentric electric gears, one on each axle for constant 4-wheel drive. They provide 394bhp and 513lb ft of torque through a single-speed gearbox.
Its main advantage is the highest versatility. The Jaguar I-Pace is able to lap racetracks, to overcome dirty and damaged roads without harming the design and parts. It is water-resistant that’s why the drivers can easily ford any shallow ponds, pools, or streams.
Toyota Corolla – Core Functionality in All Its Models
The manufacturer offers well-equipped cars with cameras, radar and sonar sensors called Toyota Safety Sense (TSS). It includes plenty of options – city safety and pedestrian detection, low-speed automatic braking and forward collision warning. Besides, the tech contains lane departure warning that prevents the car from veering out the lane proactively keeping it centered. It also has blind spot detection (360 degrees of electronic coverage around the car at any speed) and adaptive cruise control tracking the car in front to avoid accidents.
Hyundai Ioniq – Advanced Infotainment System
The car hit the market with its three versions (gas-electric, plug-in hybrid, electric) packed with 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system to deliver entertainment and useful information simultaneously. The tech makes audio and video content, games, social networking, navigation, and diagnostics available. Hyundai Ioniq’s electronics technology is also included in its infotainment system. It supports satellite and HD radio, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (smartphone integration systems).
Chevrolet Sonic – Subcompact Car with Wi-Fi Onboard
This car is remarkable for its energetic performance and a comfortable cabin. Subcompact means it is among the smallest vehicles on the market. Its infotainment system supports 4G LTE data connection that makes it possible to hook up seven devices to connect at once to enjoy videos, music, to contact other people, send emails, and play games. This tech is able to deliver all with a stable high-speed connection.
Chrysler Pacifica – Plug-in Hybrid System
The vehicle is a minivan with lots of passenger space. At the same time, it is a bright example of a plug-in hybrid being able to drive 33 miles on electricity only that means the exceptional fuel economy. The model attracts with dual-screen rear-seat theater system with tons of preinstalled games. Moreover, the system streams video content using a 4G LTE data connection. The car comes with the UConnect infotainment system that is compatible with the UConnect App to control the car remotely.