Cars in 2017 are smart and come equipped with amazing technological advancement. And, even though none can actually fly, from a technological point of view they surpassed the expectancies we had for the car of the future.
But let’s not sing their praise without actual examples! Below we put together a list of the top ten wonder cars of our present.
Tesla Model S P85D
With more and more people caring about the environment and fuel cost, the peak of the year was represented by advancement in electric and hybrid cars. And Tesla is the market leader when it comes to fully electric cars, with their Model S, designed to satisfy a plethora of needs.
Tesla Model S P85D is one of the giants of the car industry as it comes with flawless performance, and you can find it at several price steps so it fits a wide range of budgets. The dashboard is equipped with a large touchscreen that can be used to control everything and you don’t need to update the software as everything happens over-the-air.
This car is a marvelous piece of new technology and represents the future of driving with its AutoPilot feature that is highly advanced.
2017 Chevy Volt Premier
The Chevy Volt is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) that was launched in 2010. Since then, Chevrolet worked on the design and technology and the 2017 design supports 50+miles of all-electric range (25% more than the 2016 design), adaptive cruise control, and better emergency braking. Overall, the 2017 Chevy Volt Premier is an improved version of the line and comes with interesting features that make it easier to drive and safer.
2018 Chevrolet Equinox crossover
As you can see, Chevrolet is not a car company to sit on the side while the industry moves forward! The Equinox is an SUV with options for fuel saving and a wide range of safety features. It is also equipped with one of the best infotainment systems in the market right now.
Now, if you take a closer look at this design, you’ll understand why more and more people want to add private number plates to their new cars. After all, who wouldn’t want to make sure such a wonderful acquisition is well-appreciated by everyone?
2018 BMW 5 Series
BMW is known worldwide for its iconic design and fast cars, but with the new series they also managed to make the care lighter and safer (by using carbon fibre for the body and for reinforcements). The car also comes with several drive-assisting features like accurate adaptive cruise control, blind spot detection, lane centring assist, and more.
2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
The full-size hybrid sedan is a non-luxury model designed to please the masses. The system inside is focused on helping drivers save on fuel and does this by allowing you to select the driving mode (including an all-electric one). It’s also a very silent car that looks amazing.
2017 Toyota Avalon Hybrid Limited
The Avalon from Toyota is a hybrid with a four-cylinder engine and one 105kw electric engine that can produce 200 horsepower on battery. On the tech side, the car supports customizable settings (using the TFT panel display), keyless ignition and entry, Bluetooth connectivity and more.
2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe
Mercedes doesn’t want to disappoint their clientele and their new E-Class Coupe is far from disappointing. It’s a bit small, but who cares about that when you get such a gorgeous-looking car? The technology inside allows for touchscreen commands, and advanced self-driving characteristics that transform it into an almost fully autonomous car in stop-and-go traffic.
2017 Audi R8 V10 Plus
This is the car for a racer (or anyone who enjoys high-speed). With a low, wide base and fantastic good looks, the R8 V10 roars under the hood. While it doesn’t support cruise control (considering the speed, this is a good thing) the R8 is equipped with traction control and a smart infotainment system. Overall, this is a car you want for looks and speed, not for high-tech gadgets (even though it has plenty of new and interesting tech inside).
And we’re back to Chevrolet! This is an affordable, full-electric car with 238 miles autonomy and a long list of cool features. The car is compact which makes it great for driving in a crowded city and comes with keyless ignition, a 10.2-inch touchscreen, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Finally, the last model on our list is a highly improved Honda SUV. The company added a wide array of tech features into their new design and now you can buy it with automatic wipers, an integrated navigation system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic high beams, cross-traffic alert, and lane-keep assistant (among others). Overall, the list of improvements is quite impressive!
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