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Top Tech Cars 2015

It is astounding what can be changed within a decade. A decade ago, few cars possessed navigation, USB ports or Bluetooth hands free systems. Nowadays, those things are implied. We bring you a short overview of most technically advanced cars available today.

BMW i8

BMW i8

The BMW i8 possesses the concept-car guise which helps it to distinguish in the crowd and a body made of carbon fiber that keeps weight down. It has a plug-in hybrid drive train (allows 22 miles of electric range) and it reaches 357 horsepower.

It has skinny tires that lack strong cornering grip and the hybrid drive train programming needs refinement.
The 2015 i8 is very expensive, but it is the most exotic car with BMW badge.

Infiniti Q50S Hybrid

Infiniti Q50S Hybrid

It possesses hybrid drive train, corner braking that assists handling and drive-by-wire steering . The tech interface enables room for applications.

At moderate speeds the power delivery seems uneven. Boot-up period for the infotainment system lasts overlong.
Infiniti Q50S Hybrid offers good handling, driver-assistance features, good fuel economy and cabin infotainment.

Mercedes-Benz S550

Mercedes-Benz S550

It possesses huge cabin space, enables a smooth ride and possesses quality cabin. The tech is being kept ahead of the pack with LED lights and LCD dashboard panels . Steering Assist characteristic eases driving in traffic jams.
Application integration loads too slow for common use. Virtual instrument measuring device looks somewhat flat, and it needs a graphic fuel measuring device.

Mercedes-Benz improved just about every characteristic in this model, but application integration suffers from sluggish connection.

Audi RS 7 Quattro

Audi RS 7 Quattro

Great speed is possible due to the powerful V-8 engine, all-wheel drive system and adaptive suspension. Eight speeds and cylinder deactivation technology asist bumping up the fuel economy. It is Web-connected and Nvidia-powered technology is top of the class.

It seems that Night Vision is there just to attract attention rather than being useful. Infotainment needs a few moments to “boot” at the start of every drive.

This car is comfortable, fairly efficient and high-tech with a healthy dose of horsepower.

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