You might want to visit the 2014 Chicago Auto Show this week to find out how to improve your cars IQ. The word here is that cars are getting “smarter.” You’ll see Infiniti’s “steer-by-wire” system that uses only electronics to steer your car, no mechanical hydraulic linkage anymore. At the Ford display you can view Ford’s C-MAX Solar Engergy concept where a hybrid car can be recharged using solar panels. Now cars can park themselves, steer around obstacles and keep you in the correct lane all by themselves. General Motors’ hands-free integration with Apple Siri personal assistant is on dislay. By 2015 GM says they will offer a rolling 4G LTE hot spot to keep you connected to the internet. Technology continues to change or lives, and new automotive technologies are leading the way.
As the 2014 Chicago Auto Show opened this past weekend it promised an exciting line-up of events with hundreds of different vehicles on display covering 1 million square feet of show floor space, with three indoor test tracks and six outdoor test drives. This is the 106th Annual edition of the show, the largest new car dealer show and manufacturer’s exhibition in the country. This is where the car buying public can come and see all the top car manufacturers showing off their 2014 and 2015 models. The show runs February 8-17, 2014. Photo journalist Doug Bennett covered the opening weekend for Cars On Line.com. Here are some of the top attractions at this year’s 2014 Chicago Auto Show.
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[…] Photo journalist Doug Bennett grabbed this shot of the next generation 2015 Corvette Z06. Click this link to see some of the top new car offerings he found at the show. The new car dealer show runs through February 17, 2014 at Chicago’s McCormick […]