The kind of technology offered in some of the cars these days is simply mind-blowing. The kind of technology and the type of modest gadgets offered in a car have become very crucial while buying a car.
Here, we have compiled a list of the best cars for technology lovers. The best part about these great tech cars is that they are not too expensive like the other full-fledged premium cars.
So, let’s check these highly impressive technologically advanced cars in India and discuss about their respective technological highlights.
Hyundai introduced intelligent manual transmission (iMT) technology in Venue. iMT technology declines the need for drivers to constantly using the clutch pedal which generally happens in normal manual transmission. It is a 2-pedal system that enables the driver’s ability to slot gears manually which ultimately delivers control and retains the joy of driving. Customers will be empowered with this technology for a more engaging driving experience as it offers enhanced control over desired torque without making any compromises on mileage and performance. Hyundai Venue also comes with BlueLink technology which has 33 new features such as remote climate control, live traffic information, geo-fence alert, live car location sharing, SOS/emergency assistance, and stolen vehicle immobilization.
MG ZS EV
MG ZS EV SUV has been introduced with iSmart EV 2.0 technology which has more than 50 connected features. The iSmart EV technology is powered by a 6-core processor along with an embedded Machine to Machine eSIM which has IPV6 (internet protocol version 6) with 5G. MG ZS EV is embedded with connectivity solutions such as maps and navigation services which will also help buyers to locate nearby charging stations, AI-based voice assistant which lets car understand 100 voice commands (specially designed to comprehend Indian accents), emergency and concierge services, pre-installed infotainment content. MG ZS EV comes with lifetime OTA software updates. The iSmart EV technology will be available in the form of an app also on Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. As per the guidelines given by MG, when a user will operate the app, it will scan the car automatically and give information like its location, tire pressure status. It will also perform functions like locking/unlocking the car remotely.
The major highlight of Nissan Magnite has been the 360-degree camera set up. The car was recently launched in late 2020. Nissan Magnite is the first India-made SUV. It gets a camera on every four sides which gives a 360-degree view of the surroundings. It is offered with different modes which let users choose from a list of camera views with a single touch button. Nissan Magnite has an appealing display of all the essential instruments which are easy to use with a steering-mounted control system that also commands the cruise control.
Mahindra XUV300 has achieved Global NCAP’s first-ever highest level of safety performance for cars sold in India under the campaign #SaferCarsForIndia. It is rated 5-stars at the Global NCAP crash tests in adult passenger safety and 4-stars in child passenger safety. Mahindra has also submitted the XUV300 for additional Global NCAP conformity tests, which confirms the pedestrian safety and Electronic Stability Control.
Kia Seltos has some top-notch features. One of them is UVO connected car technology which provides 37 smart first-in-segment features with five separate sections such as navigation, safety, and vehicle management. Kia Seltos is equipped with an 8.0-inch head-up display, a 10-speaker BOSE sound system, a 7.0-inch MID colored displays, a sunroof, voice assistance, ambient lighting, a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It also has 360-degree cameras.
The above-mentioned cars come with varied impressive advanced technologies. In most of these cars, some technologies are incorporated across all variants while in some , the offered technology is limited to only the top-end models.
The coming years are really promising as we hope to see few more progressing technologies and indeed, it looks like the future for the automobile world is shining in terms of advancements.