Top 5 Tech Cars – The Future of Car Travel

Top 5 Tech Cars
Written by Alyssia Walmsley

High tech cars are definitely in the market right now as the most wanted cars. All the amazing gadgets that come with these vehicles make every owner happy and never unsatisfied. Below are the top 5 tech savvy cars that will make your jaw drop.

1. 2010 Mercedes Benz S400 Hybrid

This car is one of the most luxurious and high tech cars of 2010. Its technology features are absolutely astonishing. It has an electric motor that boosts engine speed, start-stop switches that turn off the engine when you are stopped or apply pressure to the breaks- which conserves gas, and starts the engine again when the brake is released. That’s not all though. This car has optimal message technology built in the seats that give you four different options of a back message while driving , a navigation system with a 3D map that provides beautiful topographics, and a 5 speaker sound system. What makes this Benz the most tech savvy is it’s adaptive cruise control and night vision system.

2. 2011 Infiniti M56X

The Infiniti is a car that is definitely on the cutting edge of technology. This year’s model has higher push power and interior quality than the previous models, but it’s technology is way more superb. The M56X has Forest Air, which is a calming sensation of a natural breeze built into the air system. It also has Distance Control Assistance, blind spot detection, and lane keeping assistance that make pretty cool and useful high-tech driving aids. What really has this car one of the top is it’s lane departure prevention and adaptive cruise control that almost lets the car drive itself.

3. 2011 Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf may not be as tech savvy as the other ones, but I have to admit that the technology of the car is pretty good. This car runs on pure electric power, costing it 70 percent less to run than a normal gas engine car. This not only makes it one of the top, but this electric car comes with navigation, a blue-tooth system, telematics, and much more.

4. 2010 BMW 550i Gran Turismo

The BMW 550i gives it’s drivers a full set of driver aid technology. It has blind-spot warning, night vision, and around view cameras. It also has a navigation system that gives you traffic details, 3D maps, and a satellite map all in one. One negative about this car is that it is a gas guzzler. So it may be great for driving around the city or state, but if you’re hitting the country with this baby, you’re going to need plenty money for gas.

2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

The Lincoln MKZ has great fuel economy and pretty good tech features at an affordable price. The navigation system has external data and the THX audio system is a plus for music lovers. The hybrid’s sync voice command provides excellent control over MP3 players and phones. Although it doesn’t have as much tech features as the others, the Lincoln MKZ is still one of the top.

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About the author

Alyssia Walmsley

Alyssia is a Cornell University graduate of 2003 and a former lead technology development manager for Microsoft and Cisco Networking Systems. Between writing on her blog, Blubbr, she likes adventures and chocolate sprinkles.

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