Electric and hybrid vehicles: As concerns about climate change and air pollution increase, there has been a push towards electric and hybrid vehicles, which emit fewer greenhouse gases and other pollutants than traditional gasoline-powered cars.
Autonomous vehicles: Self-driving vehicles, also known as autonomous vehicles, are becoming more advanced and are being tested on roads in various locations around the world. These vehicles use sensors, cameras, and other technology to navigate and make decisions without the need for a human driver.
Connected cars: Many newer cars are equipped with internet connectivity, allowing them to communicate with other devices and systems. This technology can be used to provide drivers with real-time traffic updates, assist with navigation, and even remotely start the car.
Advanced safety features: Car manufacturers are constantly developing new safety features, such as lane departure warning systems, automatic emergency braking, and blind spot monitoring, to make driving safer.