Beyond Uber, Volvo and Ford: Other automakers' plans for self-driving vehicles
Ford Motor Co. announced that it would put fully driverless vehicles, without steering wheels or pedals, on the road by 2021. Uber said it would start offering autonomous rides in Pittsburgh – with an Uber employee at the wheel, just in case – by the end of summer.
The new 2017 Hyundai Azera:
The 2017 Hyundai Azera also known under the name of Hyundai Grandeur takes over in its fifth generation since 2011 so far. The car was face lifted in 2014 and is said to be redesigned later this year with its arrival to the sixth generation.
The car's counterpart, Kia Cadenza in South Korea entered its second generation last year and was marketing in North America this month.
The car's 10 new innovative technologies that provides safety and comfort for the driver.
1. Support of Android Auto and Apple Karply, the 2016 Kia Optima
This sedan is the first car that support the latest smartphone integration services and allows the driver to connect the Android phone or iPhone USB in car plug. Android Auto or Apple Karply automatically becomes active in an eight-inch display and allows the driver to run track, view maps and get phone calls. Kia also provided access to this feature in the vehicle via voice command.