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Digital Carjackers Show Off New Attacks

Mainstream usage of self-driven cars could be years away, but technology is rapidly making it's way into automobile industry and with that it brings the menace of security breach or hacking. A couple of hackers show off a series of nasty new attacks on cars to forbes and shared them on video for everybody, do watch the video posted below.

Car Hacking

[Video] 2014 Mercedes S Class Magic Body Control System

We have been posting regular updates to newest technological advancement in automotive industry by mainstream car manufacturers like Renault, Audi and Mercedes apart from the "Self Driven SmartCars" developed by tech giant Google, after the smart Mercedes car which can automatically brake and swerve around pedestrians we now have another video on an awesome new feature which will be part of the upcoming "2014 Mercedes S Class" - the Magic Body Control System.

In simple words Mercedes Magic Body Control (MBC) system uses a series of smart hardware and software systems to scan the road ahead and adaptively adjust suspension system in split-seconds to offer a truly magical bump free smooth ride. Just watch the video posted below (click Read more) and see the difference in car’s composure over bumps with and without the MBC system, using this technology one can be sure they won't spill there drinks even when the driver misses the bump ahead.

Mercedes S Class Magic Body Control System

[Video] Audi's piloted driving assists in traffic jams

We have seen Audi's noteworthy developmental concepts of features which could make into the next generation of there cars. Here is another one demonstrating Audi's piloted driving (auto driving) skills under traffic situations.

Audi Concepts Future Car With OLED and Laser Lights

Audi is a leading car brand known for it's premium offerings, and it's not only automated driving they have in stock for future technology. There is no doubt that Lights are one of the most fundamental safety feature on any automobile, and Audi wants them to get better - be it signaling people behind you with digital signage utilizing OLED displays or with Laser lights which ensures safe driving in foggy conditions with poor visibility. Do check out the video demonstration of both these technologies below.

Audi Piloted Parking – Automated Car Parking Using Your Smartphone

Smart technology is penetrating its way to automobiles we use in our daily lives very fast, be it the Google Smart Car, the upcoming Mercedes Benz with tech-assisted driving or the new Renault R-Link.

[Video] This smart Mercedes car can automatically brake and swerve around pedestrians

Smart Google Car Project is something everybody is having high expectations from, but technology has already started to infiltrate more and more into today's automotive scene and users will soon see a new breed of smart features inside there usual traditional car brands like Mercedes and Renault.

The next automotive battlefront will be all about technology.....

There is no doubt we will be witnessing some revolutionary automotive technology when self-driving cars hit mainstream usage, however the next battlefront for automotive industry will be "in-vehicle technology" and it's already here. Car manufacture's are already offering exciting new tech-features like voice commands, computer controlled safety and driving assistance, and plans to introduce a full-fledged, in-car, app eco-system.

Mercedes Benz, - the well known name in automotive industry has taken things further with usage of technology in it's upcoming "A Class" car series. The newly unveiled video demonstrates the same, it would not be unreasonable to say that "this new car is all about technology" - don't forget to watch the video after the jump.


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Renault R-link - The New Technology To Open Up Your Car as a Platform

Your car is about to get smarter, Renault R-Link - a tactile, integrated, connected tablet in future versions of your Renault branded cars will feature a large 18cm tactile display, steering wheel-mounted controls and speech recognition and will be powered by an integrated Android operating-system effectively opening the way to the car-as-a-platform.

R-Link aims to provide future Renault vehicles with affordable, intuitive multimedia connectivity, both with the outside world and with its users. There will be around 50 apps bundled with the device when launched initially and Renault will open an Renault app store for people to download their own apps.

Renault R-Link

Demo video after the jump.

Renault R-Link

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