From Shared Electric Cars to Glass Heads-Up Displays

By: Katherine Pendrill - Nov 27, 2016
The November 2016 auto trends reveal that today's drivers are concerned about the environment, but are also concerned with how functional their vehicle is. Indeed, electric vehicles may be increasingly popular, but there is also a demand for other upgrades such as high-tech features that make drivering safer and more efficient.

In terms of electric vehicles, Tesla is no longer the only option for conscious consumers. Indeed, other companies are not only making their own electric vehicles, but they are also experimenting with unique technology and features. For example, Amber One is a fully electric car that is meant to be shared among consumers.

Other high-tech features that are commonly becoming the norm are connected dashboards. As the November 2016 auto trends reveal, products such as the Anker Roav and the Waylens Horizon are bringing the dashboard to life in ways that make driving both safer and more enjoyable for consumers.