forward thinkingWe were talking earlier about some of the latest and most interesting tech features to hit the auto scene, most of which are very scattered in their availability with several others available in the future.  We discussed, on behalf of your Thunder Bay GMC Truck dealership in Ontario, many different features that involve tires, parking, WiFi and the works.  We all like to stay online in our new and used GMC trucks and so hot spots are much appreciated and sought after and likely to be the most popular and available of all the high tech stuff we discuss here.

The tire scene brings the hopes to future GMC trucks that they might have things such as indicators when new truck tires become full or even tires that don’t require air at all.  Then, there is the auto part, or pilot parking feature that will take some time to get around, but works on the platform of autonomous driving abilities and sounds so very convenient, especially in the holiday shopping season that is upon us.

The last of the segments is about awesome new headlights that sense the raindrops and anticipate their next location, then do so and act accordingly in an amazingly short period of time.  “The camera detects the raindrops at the top of the field of view. The processor determines their future location. The projector reacts to “dis-illuminate” the particles. The entire process takes about 13 milliseconds, and could potentially speed up once the system has been fully integrated into a car.”  Many truck and new car manufacturers are already interested in these headlights, but they are reported to be still in the stage of development. Until they become available, there are already smart headlights on some other vehicles, they aren’t quite as smart, but they do exist on some new cars and trucks today.