Ten Advanced Car Technologies by 2020

You need to know the advanced car technology that is trending and the rate at which technology is changing personal transportation accelerates. Every year which can make predicting the arrival of future car tech a dicey proposition this had us wondering. When automotive technologies will go from science fiction to commonplace in just the next four years, we’ve listed these below in an attempt to identify the top 10 advanced car technologies that will see in showrooms by 2020.

Number 1: Four-cylinder Supercar 

Ford showed an all-new GT supercar using a twin-turbo v6. At the same time, it may rub traditional performance enthusiasts the wrong way a lightweight v6 making over 600 horsepower will offer world-beating performance. Especially, if it’s got a light carbon-fibre body to pull around by 2020, we’ll see the first full-fledged 200 plus miles per hour supercar with a four-cylinder engine cubic inches be damned. We can consider it as advanced car technologies.

Number 2: Reconfigurable Body Panels

The small SUV category is seeing increased demand. These days, while truck sales grow by leaps and bounds. What if you can have both vehicle types in one car imagine an SUV with lightweight body panels? And advanced motors that retract the roof and side glass into the lower body panels. Now throw in Chrysler minivan stow and go seating design and bam a truck and SUV in one vehicle it could happen. This is the advanced car technologies.


Number 3: Smart Or Personalized In-Car Marketing

You’re already getting Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail ads based on your behaviour by 2020. The average car will be fully connected to the internet, meaning your vehicle will provide marketers with a robust set of metrics to customise their message. Hopefully, these will manifest as an opt-in feature but get ready for personalised location-based ads in your car’s display.

Number 4: Active Health Monitoring

Ford Motor has previewed the idea of the seat belt or steering wheel sensors that track vital statistics. Through the rapid development of wearable technology means most cars will just wirelessly pair with these devices. Things cell phones for your body combine this with necessary autonomous technology. And you’ve got a vehicle that can pull over and call paramedics when the driver has a heart attack.

Number 5: Comprehensive Vehicle

Tracking insurance companies and some state governments are already talking about fees based on how many miles a person drives by 2020. Insurance companies will offer a reduced rate for drivers that agree to full tracking of their behaviour. I’m hopeful this technology remains voluntary. But I do foresee a likely future where insurance companies will require comprehensive driver tracking sadly yes.

Number 6: Remote Vehicle Shutdown

 This technology already exists with OnStar leveraging irregularities. In recent years, the telematics company has shut down hundreds of stolen cars ending police chases quickly and with little drama. Though most drivers still don’t know it can be done. Even drivers with OnStar by 2020 remote vehicle shutdown will enter the social consciousness negatively impacting nightly news Ratings everywhere.

Number 7: Active Window

Displays heads-up displays or HUD technology has come a long way from the dim washed-out green digits some cars projected on their windshields. Twenty years ago, but as good as HUD is in 2016 by 2020 we’ll see active glass capable of displaying vibrant images imagine a navigation system. That highlights the next turn as seen from your perspective—the windshield as you approach.

Number 8: Biometric Vehicle

Access the switch we’ve seen in recent years from keys to keyless entry and start will be followed by a switch to key fob less entry and start you’ll be able to unlock and start your car without anything more than your fingerprint or maybe your eyeball. But fingerprint readers are more likely than retina scanners sound a lot like the latest form of cell phone security. It should because it’s precisely the same concept.

Number 9: Autonomous Vehicles

 Let’s just get this one out of the way, now note we didn’t say fully autonomous vehicle. Why, because it will take more than five years before. A car can drive anywhere at all times with human oversight. But by 2020 we’ll have cars capable of being fully autonomous. In certain circumstances most likely rural interstates with minimal variables and no England, weather thinks early days of cruise control.

Number 10: Driver Override Systems

This relates to autonomous technology. But it’s different because it’s the car actively disregarding your commands and making its own decisions. We’ve already got cars that will stop if you fail to apply the brakes. But by 2020 vehicles will apply the brakes. Even if the driver has the gas pedal floored the rapid increase in sensor technology will force a shift in priority, giving the car.