Sounds like a dream car to me. If only I could take a nap during commute !!!!
I think I am most intrigued by where car technology is going. We see more and more advances in this field all the time. Cars driving themselves has already been mentioned but I am also interested in ways that cars interact with people. Are we very far away from having cars that can do things like smart phones? I know that some cars already have features like this but I guess I am talking about when the technology becomes the norm for all cars. One example might be the ability to pull up information about your car on say your mobile device. The car could upload the information or it could even be requested in real time. You could find information about how much fuel you have, oil life, mileage, service schedules, etc. Anyway, I will stop rambling.
atechwiz you have a valid point. Imagine that we can already interact with our car to some extent. It will truly be interesting to see where advancement in the auto industry will reach in the next twenty years or so. Thanks for stopping by and sharing !!
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