At 120 years old and as one of the most famous and well-attended car shows in the world, the biennial Paris Motor Show is every car enthusiast’s dream. Featuring the latest production models and concept cars from many of the world’s leading motor companies - from Tesla to Maserati to Hyundai - it’s a feast for both the eyes and the brain as we get a glimpse into the future of driving technology. We look at the highlights you need to see!
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The humble car has seen many technological advances in its time. More recently technologies like GPS, parking cameras, sensors and keyless ignitions have made new cars more luxurious and easy to use than we could have guessed a few decades ago. As technology bounds forward, so does the revolution of in-car technology. It wouldn’t be surprising to most to know that ‘connected’ cars, featuring wireless internet networks, are on the rise. But what exactly can this technology achieve for the driver, other road users and for the car manufacturer?
LED lighting has become the norm in car manufacturing over the last ten years. As technology has advanced so has LED technology, and OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) have been a focus of car lighting discussion for a number of years. OLED lights are made from organic, carbon based materials and take the form of a thin, flexible and transparent film. They emit a high-contrast light and are extremely homogeneous in nature, which makes them highly desirable for an aesthetically pleasing finish.
The most difficult challenge associated with technological advancement to date may be for humans to relinquish complete control of the driving experience to technology. Autonomously driven cars will use a multitude of technologies to replace the decision making processes that previously belonged to the driver.