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Dec 24, 2016 06:05 AM EST

4 New Amazing Features In 2017 Model Cars

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The year 2017 has a lot of promises and potentials for everyone, especially in car technology where the newest features make your driving experience much more desirable. Here are four of those interesting features coming to 2017 models of different cars.

Voice Lock

Hyundai's luxury car, the Genesis G90 2017 series, will have a new tech feature using the amazon Echo speaker. Through the Alexa voice assistant feature, you can lock and unlock your car using your voice. More so, the voice command assistant also allows you to change the climate setting of your car. No more stress of trying to reach for various buttons while driving. Instead, your voice is your car's command.

Drive Attention Monitor

The Drive Attention Monitor is the latest tech feature that will be found in Honda CR-V 2017 model which detects if you are sleepy or not based on your steering behaviors while driving. It's one of the best features since a lot of accidents have been caused by driver fatigue.

Aside from this, Honda technology also has a Forward Warning collision technology which detects if you are at risk with a collision by activating the alert system of the car. In case you failed to act, the car will automatically apply brake pressure.

Smart Driver Score

This feature will be available in the 2017 Buick LaCrosse which allows you to have lower insurance. The Smart Driver Score scores your driving capabilities and behavior. Then, it sends the data to various insurance companies giving them insight on your driving behavior every week.

Model S Easter Egg

The Tesla Model S has an Easter egg found in its new software update. It's an Easter egg because you have to figure out how to make it work. This secret lets you accelerate your Tesla Model S P1000 from 0 - 60 in 2.4 seconds.

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