How smart will oil smart cars be?
When oil smart systems first came onto the scene, the idea of having smart cars that would be able to recognize and adjust to the environment was a pretty appealing one.
It would be a way to make cars more efficient while also being able to maintain the safety of the vehicles.
Now, it seems like we have another way to do that.
In an article on the automotive website MotorTrend, automotive analyst Rob Fischler details how smart cars might soon be equipped with sensors that can determine the exact temperature of the environment they’re in, and automatically adjust their engine power levels based on the environment’s temperature.
If a car is parked outside, Fischlingers said that it could be equipped to adjust its fuel economy to match the weather, even if the car isn’t driving at full throttle.
The idea is to allow for the car to react quickly to changing conditions without having to stop and make a phone call.
“The technology is very interesting, and the technology is coming along well,” Fischlers said.
The car could be even more powerful if it has sensors that monitor its surroundings.
It could also monitor temperature, and adjust its engine settings to keep the engine running in the right temperature range.
“With a smart system that can take temperature and know when to increase engine power, that could be the future of cars,” Fichlers said in the article.
This technology could be very useful in some situations, but not for every car.
“You can’t just have a smart car, you can have a car that’s driven for a long time, but that hasn’t driven a lot of miles, that hasn`t been in the same environment, and then it`s still in that environment,” Fochsler said.
“But it could take a very long time to get that system up and running and that car would have to be driven very much like it`d been driven before.”
Fischlings’ technology could allow the car that is currently in an area to adapt to the changing environment more quickly, and be able use that extra energy to run more efficiently.
This kind of technology is also used in self-driving cars.
Cars that can drive without human assistance in urban environments like urban sprawl and the deserts can be more fuel efficient, as they don’t have to worry about being out of gas in an unfamiliar environment.
Cars like this could also save lives and reduce the number of accidents, by reducing the amount of time a driver has to wait before they are able to pull over.
Fischlin also noted that the technology could have an even bigger impact if smart cars are able take over driving tasks from people.
“If you`re a driver in an autonomous car, the car will be able automatically recognize when you`ve got a problem and will do its best to get you out of the way,” Fancher said.
Fanchers article came about after the automaker was criticized for failing to develop a smart driving system.
It also came out at the same time as the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
Now that Volkswagen has been hit with multiple fines, it’s clear that the car maker has been trying to fix the problems it had, and has a long way to go.