Year of Global Automotive Technology Development

Year of Global Automotive Technology Development


As the automotive industry continues to evolve, we’re seeing a shift away from traditional vehicles and toward electrification. From fully electric vehicles (EVs) to hybrid cars, these new models are changing the way we travel while also reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. In addition, advanced technology is making it easier than ever before to keep your car running smoothly and efficiently with innovations like gas injection engines, turbochargers and supercharged systems—all of which can help improve fuel efficiency by up-to-20 percent over conventional engines!

The Year of Global Automotive Technology Development

In the new year, we will see a lot of automotives technology development. It is a year of innovation in the automotive industry. The electric car is dominating the market and there are many brands offering them at affordable prices.

The self-driving car is another trend that is expected to grow significantly in 2019 as well; autonomous vehicles are becoming more popular every day because they offer convenience and safety while reducing costs associated with accidents caused by human error or negligence.

Connected cars have also become very popular among consumers who want their vehicles to be connected with other devices such as smartphones or tablets so they can access information about their vehicle remotely via an app on their phone screen whenever needed without having physical access

Fully Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles are a growing trend, and they have many benefits. They’re more efficient than gasoline vehicles, which means you’ll save money on fuel costs. They’re also better for the environment: electric cars don’t produce any greenhouse gases or other pollution that can harm our planet. And they even make driving safer because they have regenerative braking systems that help recharge batteries while you slow down or stop your car.

Electric vehicle owners have lower maintenance costs than those with regular engines because most of them only require routine maintenance such as oil changes every 10K miles (16K km) instead of every 3K miles (5K km), like most traditional cars do!

Gasoline Direct Injection Engines

Gasoline Direct Injection Engines are becoming more common. They have a higher thermal efficiency than other engines, which means they’re more fuel efficient and powerful.

Turbocharged and Supercharged Engines

Turbocharged and supercharged engines are similar in that they both use forced induction to increase power output. However, they differ in how this boost is achieved:

  • Turbochargers use a turbine-driven compressor to compress air entering the engine’s cylinders. This results in more air being available for burning fuel, resulting in more power and efficiency than with naturally aspirated engines.
  • Superchargers use an external source of power (usually belt-driven) to spin a pulley connected to an engine-driven centrifugal compressor that compresses incoming air before it enters the cylinders for combustion. This method produces less horsepower than turbocharging but also produces less heat–which means it can be used on smaller engines because there is less risk of overheating them–and so has become increasingly popular among automakers looking for ways to boost fuel economy without sacrificing performance or adding weight by installing larger displacement engines alone.*

Electric Power Steering

Electric power steering is an electric motor that provides power assistance to the driver in order to steer the vehicle. It is used in cars, trucks, and other vehicles. The main advantage of electric power steering over hydraulic or mechanical systems is its compactness; it can be built into a smaller space than other types of systems because it requires fewer moving parts. In addition, since it uses electricity instead of hydraulic fluid (which requires regular maintenance), there are fewer fluids involved with this type of system.

The primary benefit that comes from using electric motors instead of hydraulic ones is increased efficiency: they use less energy per mile driven because they require less energy from your battery pack or gasoline tank to operate them properly! That means better fuel economy overall if you’re interested in saving money at the pump too!

Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Body Panels and Trim Pieces

You might be wondering why a car’s body panels are made from carbon fiber. Well, it turns out that carbon fiber is strong and lightweight–two things that make for great cars!

Carbon fiber is made by heating polymers (plastic) at high temperatures until they become solid, then pulling them out of the oven to cool down into long strands known as fibers. These fibers can be woven together into cloth or mats called fabrics which look like thin sheets of paper but are actually much stronger than steel or aluminum. The cloths are molded into shapes that become car parts such as bumpers and hoods using an autoclave (a machine that uses pressurized steam).

Vehicle Networking and Connectivity Technologies

Vehicle networking and connectivity is the basis for many of the technologies we’ll discuss in this article. It’s a system of communication between vehicles and infrastructure that allows them to share data with one another, as well as with other devices on the road. This can be used for various purposes: safety, efficiency, comfort and convenience–and in some cases all of these things at once!

Vehicle networking is an important part of autonomous driving technology because it enables cars to communicate with each other so they can avoid collisions or block intersections while stopped at red lights (a common problem). Vehicle-to-vehicle communication also helps drivers make better decisions about how fast they should go based on weather conditions or traffic flow ahead–allowing them to avoid accidents caused by speeding or tailgating other vehicles.

In addition to helping prevent accidents from happening in real time, vehicle networking plays an important role when it comes time for police officers investigating car crashes after they occur thanks to something called telematics data retrieval systems (TDRS). TDRS allows police officers investigating collisions involving automobiles equipped with this feature access information such as speed limit violations leading up until impact minutes before impact occurred; whether seatbelts were used during crashes involving multiple cars; if brakes were engaged prior hitting another vehicle head-on etcetera…

Thanks to advanced technology, the automotive industry is changing rapidly.

Thanks to advanced technology, the automotive industry is changing rapidly. The industry has always been at the forefront of innovation and continues to innovate today.

  • It’s an important part of our economy: The automotive industry is one of the largest industries in terms of revenue generation and employment.
  • It consumes a lot of technology: Cars are high-tech devices that use many different types of software and hardware components that need constant development as well as testing and maintenance throughout their life cycle (the period between when they leave the factory until they reach end-of-life).
  • It produces lots of new technologies: In addition to using existing ones from other industries (such as electronics), companies within this sector also develop their own products such as engines or transmissions used specifically for vehicles rather than other types like smartphones or computers.”


The automotive industry is changing rapidly, and these technologies are just the beginning. As more advancements are made in the coming years, we can expect to see even more innovations that will impact both how vehicles look and how they operate.