2018 is an exciting time to be following the world of cars. Many new and experimental technologies are announced practically on a daily basis, and car companies are becoming increasingly close to many technologies we previously considered to be out of reach. Just a few years ago, it wasn't particularly fascinating to hear what technologies car companies were coming up with. Sure, there's a new safety feature here and there, but anything exciting was always speculative, as they simply didn't have the means yet to make vehicles with such advanced features. However, the day has finally come where these dreams become reality. From simple advancements like new navigation systems and updated to game-changing technologies like fully autonomous vehicles and cars that run on renewable energy, here are ten features you’ll see in the future of cars.
Whether you know nothing about cars or are a complete car junkie, it's always important to stay alert and aware of your vehicle. It's just as important as paying attention while driving. From general knowledge, knowing how the car functions overall, to more specific instances, like knowing when to replace your exhaust system, any automobile know-how can save you from dangerous accidents and situations.
For over 50 years, the make and model duo have served as quintessentials among the supercar form. While they may not have been dreamed up into this concept from the start, Porsche (and the 911 itself) have undergone a wide variety of adaptations; like the Carrera series, or the GTR, they have attempted to infect the market at whichever hairpin turn, or semi-circular redirection it has taken over the years. That's because Porsche has been in the business for quite some time, their inception having initiated in the creation of heavy tanks and other military vehicles for which eventually led to the Tiger I and II, two of the fiercest war machines ever designed and the most terrifying adversary to face in open combat during WWII. Even amid these productions, Porsche was having a field day in the worlds of engineering and driving technology. A long list of victories, whether on the track or on the streets, have led them to the modern identity you know of today.
Most people, or as I call them "casual drivers," are not really interested in their car's air intake. This makes sense, since most people are just interested in making sure their car gets from Point A to Point B without dying.
Diagnostics... Where to start?... as it is constantly evolving. Let's start where most people unfortunately start: the dreaded check engine light that sometimes comes with notable symptoms in vehicle performance (or lack there of). Nobody likes seeing that light. Why would you?
Back when gas was cheap and we thought it'd last forever, it's not hard to see why some of these fuel guzzling, environmental disasters were made. Nowadays, if you don't have decent miles per gallon you're throwing money down a hole, and most people who are reasonable people see it that way.
Most people who look up car mods tend to want to avoid the car mods that are cop magnets or overly expensive. For most car fans, affordable but stylish modifications that add to function are the best bet—and that's precisely why aftermarket wheels are so popular.
If you’re the lucky owner of a convertible or of a classic car—or simply someone who needs to store their car for winter—then you’re probably stressed out every time it gets cold outside. You love driving, but if you own a car that is basically impossible to drive during those cold winter months, then you have to spend some time making sure you store it in perfect conditions. Here are some tips that will help you prepare your car for winter: