10 High-Tech Cars That Are Redefining Modern Driving

Today, technology is ingrained into every facet of driving. In high-tech cars, new improvements can enhance the driving experience and make it much easier to get behind the wheel. Tech reduces the strain of driving, especially on long commutes. These vehicles have raised the bar for technology in infotainment, powertrains, luxury, electrification, and construction. Concept automobiles often push the envelope, and here are ten high-tech marvels redefining modern driving.

Mercedes-Maybach GLS

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 The first car on this list is the 2023 CarBuzz Awards winner of the Tech Lover’s Dream prize. With the help of technology, the Maybach GLS SUV offers drivers—and especially those lucky enough to be sitting in the back—an almost unparalleled level of luxury. Six different massage programs are available, in addition to heated, vented, and adjustable back seats. There’s abundant technology, including heated and cooled cupholders, a cabin aroma system, a 27-speaker Burmester 3D sound system with Dolby Atmos, and a remarkable seven-inch tablet for passengers in the back. Even the armrests are heated, making this car the go-to one for being driven around.

BMW 7 Series/i7

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When you see the new 7 Series’ 31-inch Theater Screen gracefully fall from the roof while the side and rear window shades close simultaneously, you’ll wonder how we ever got along with “primitive” front seatback screens in premium vehicles. In addition to being enormous, the touch-sensitive display features 8K resolution and supports 16:9, 21:9, or 32:9 cinemascope aspect ratios. It’s unparalleled for streaming videos from the highly cozy rear seat of the BMW. Investing in a 36-speaker Bowers & Wilkins Diamond surround sound system with a 4D function that vibrates the backrests is the best way to get the most out of this setup. 

Koenigsegg CC850

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Koenigsegg is known for using innovation to provide a more impactful driving experience. The transmission on the new CC850 is among the best. This transmission, the Engage Shift System (ESS), can be used as a nine-speed automatic or a multi-ratio gated, six-speed manual with a clutch.  When shifting gears, the manual half’s clutch-by-wire system simulates depressing a traditional clutch, and the shifter offers force feedback. And just in case you thought this was a manual meant for inexperienced drivers, the CC850 is designed to stall and behave normally if your clutch action is off. You can switch to the automatic mode when there is a lot of traffic.

 Lamborghini Sian

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Similar to the Koenigsegg, the Sian’s powerplant is where its technological prowess resides. The Sian was introduced as the first super sports vehicle with a V12 and a supercapacitor-based hybrid system. The 48-volt e-motor and 6.5-liter V12 generate 808 horsepower, but the e-motor uses a supercapacitor for energy instead of lithium-ion batteries. One advantage of supercapacitors is that they can store and release energy quickly and charge instantly when an automobile brakes. It can deliver a sudden burst of more power when accelerating. In the Sian, an eye-catching visual display on the center screen shows you the continuous energy transfer. 

 Faraday Future FF 91

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This one is described as an “all-ability aiHypercar.” That should give you an idea of the level of technology that goes into this peculiarly designed electric vehicle. Its interior features up to 11 screens, including a 27-inch rear panel, for a total screen area of almost 100 inches. With just a touch, the PDLC (Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystal) glass on the roof and side windows may instantly create seclusion. You may recline the back seats to an extraordinary degree when commuting, and you can enter the cabin using facial recognition.

Rolls-Royce Spectre

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A Rolls-Royce was sure to make the list. Like its gas-powered predecessors, the full-sized electric Spectre has meticulous artistry and abundant cutting-edge technology. Although it didn’t have to, Rolls-Royce invested 830 hours between design modeling and wind tunnel testing to maximize the aerodynamics of the Spirit of Ecstasy figurine, making it the most aerodynamic Rolls-Royce ever. The Spectre is 30% stiffer than any other luxury brand vehicle, thanks in part to the all-aluminum architecture of luxury. The Spectre’s Planar suspension, which allows each wheel to move independently, may disconnect the anti-roll bars to create a smooth ride for which the firm is renowned. 

Cadillac Celestiq

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Cadillac has invested a lot of its resources in the Celestiq, positioning it as a true competitor to Rolls-Royce, which is what it needs to do to justify the over $300,000 price tag. The car’s structure, which comprises 115 3D-printed parts and headlamps with 1.3 million pixels on each side, is where the innovation begins. The tires are designed for the Celestiq and have foam inserts to lower noise levels and self-sealing capabilities. The fixed smart glass roof with suspended particle device technology is a first for the industry. Its easy-to-adjust settings allow you to regulate how much natural light enters the cabin.

Lucid Air

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 The Lucid Air Grand Touring is one of the most technologically advanced cars and a finalist for the 2023 CarBuzz Awards in the Tech Lover’s Dream category. Though massive, the 34-inch Glass Cockpit Display with 5K resolution is manageable, and if technology overload gets too much, the center infotainment panel can drop into the dashboard. With a top charge rate of 300 kW, the Air is currently among the fastest-charging EVs available. Its 900V+ charging architecture allows you to add 300 miles of range in 20 minutes or less. Its combined industry-leading overall range of more than 500 miles makes it one of the most valuable EVs for daily use. Lucid’s DreamDrive suite of partially autonomous driving technologies is not to be overlooked. 

Volvo EX90

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Volvo has made significant investments in self-driving technologies, and the EX90 SUV is the best example of this. With many sensors, including LiDAR, the EX90 will be equipped with a “shield of safety” that will allow it to precisely navigate the road and keep an eye on its surroundings. In addition to a LiDAR sensor installed on the roof, there are sixteen ultrasonic sensors, eight cameras, and five radars. The Volvo EX90 can recognize dangerous items in the dark and detect pedestrians up to 820 feet away. This is the first Volvo with the hardware necessary to support future unattended driving.

Rimac Nevera

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The Rimac Nevera and the related Pininfarina Battista have raised the bar for completely electric hypercars. The Nevera is incredibly fast, with four electric motors generating 1,877 horsepower. All-wheel torque vectoring with software control allows for highly configurable handling behavior. To deliver the ideal amount of torque to each wheel, it scans the road and does over 100 calculations every second. There are four separate inverters and gears in the powertrain. This required two refrigerant circuits, five cooling systems, and the motors.

15 Most Reliable Cars Ever Made — Why They Never Quit

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Some claim that the dependability of autos has decreased. Modern cars have a shorter lifespan than some cars manufactured between the 1970s and the 1990s, but some new and used cars today are good enough to last for at least ten years and up to 500,000 miles. When these vehicles break down, most problems are relatively simple, and many don’t have serious difficulties. Here are 15 of the most reliable cars ever made:

15 Most Reliable Cars Ever Made — Why They Never Quit

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