Did you know that Google plans to make driverless cars with no steering wheels or pedals available to the public by 2020? The Ford Motor Company has already been granted a patent for a biometric device that uses fingerprints, retinal scans, and voice recognition to gain entry to and start a vehicle and General Motors plans to give all of its future vehicles a driver override system that will be able to apply the brakes if needed, regardless of what the driver is doing. It sounds interesting, we know. We’ve added an infographic below that gives you an overview of the future of driving as well as the top tech that is shaping the motoring industry.
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