Car Technology To Consider When Looking For A New Car


When you’re heading out to buy a new car, and are looking for the latest and greatest in high-tech car options, your brain may short-circuit when you realize just how many options are well within your reach.

The wide variety of high-tech car options in today’s automobile industry has a lot of new car buyers pumping the brakes before making their purchase. With an accelerated shift towards hybrid, electric and fully autonomous vehicles, it is easy to understand why new car buyers are having a difficult time keeping up with the latest car technologies.

Moods are shifting in the automobile industry. Market analysis is showing that new car buyers are caring less about traditional car brands, i.e Chevy, Honda, Ford, and refocusing their buying power to cars with more high-tech features and affordable luxuries.

The BEST car technology is right in the palm of your hand. Pick up your cell phone and dial CarWorld at (833) 219-9951

The Best Car Technologies For Your Buck

Gone are the days of having to purchase a luxury car just to enjoy some of the finer things in life. Nowadays, advanced car technologies are available in most affordable car brands. While this has made the market much more competitive, it is to the benefit of the buyer. Now high-tech car options are more easily attainable to the everyday car buyer, rather than a select subset of potential customers.

This isn’t to say that these new car technologies don’t exceed the base sticker price, but with some clever negotiating and familiarizing yourself with innovative car brands, you have a winning shot at scoring a great deal when buying a new car.

The sheer number of options can be dizzying, and downright confusing. CarWorld is here to make sense of it all. Here is a simplified buying guide to the latest car technologies for potential customers.

Kia – In the past decade, Kia has been riddled with manufacturing setbacks and recalls that could have tanked the company. However, in recent years Kia has invested a lot of money and effort on clever marketing and innovations to reimagine their brand. It is clear that Kia has made remarkable strides in improving the quality of their automobiles, but the jury is still out on if Kia is able to resurface as a luxury car brand. For the time being, Kia has some pretty amazing bells and whistles for those that want the most new car technology for their buck.

  • The KIA Soul Turbo is a sporty crossover vehicle that is surprisingly roomy and is loaded with features. With a price-tag of roughly $28,000 you get quite a bit for your money. The KIA Soul Turbo packs 201-horsepower in a 1.6-liter engine. Atop the torque you will find a telescopic steering column, heated steering wheel and enhanced LCD monitors with Apple CarPlay capability. Not too shabby when you consider it rings in at just under $30,000.

Hyundai – It seems Hyundai has been paying attention to what buyers are begging for, and what price they are willing to pay for it. The entire fleet of new Hyundais is full of snazzy onboard computers and conveniences. Hyundai has developed a host of new technologies and innovations that are designed to capture the imaginations of drivers, making their driving experience more enjoyable and luxurious. With such a wide spectrum of new car tech to choose from, let’s just focus on one model.

  • The 2019 Hyundai Veloster arguably clinches the top spot for compact, tech-friendly cars. Equipped with a 7-inch touch-screen entertainment system, multiple USB ports, Bluetooth capability, and both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, this is definitely a car for someone that likes to stay fully charged and connected. The Veloster doesn’t stop there. Throw in automatic emergency braking, blind spot detection, lane-keeping assistance and a line-of-sight display that projects driving info above the dashboard, and you have yourself one high-tech wonder for a little less than $19,000.

Tesla – When the topic of high-tech automobiles comes up, the first thing that comes to mind is the Tesla. Once thought of as a car that was priced too high for us ‘regular folk’, Tesla is finally answering the battle cries of car buyers everywhere. Now coming in at a moderately modest price of $35,000, the 2019 Tesla Model 3 can gobble up more of the market share.

  • 2019 Tesla Model 3 – Get ready to be amazed. This base model version of the Tesla can go 0-60mph in under 5.6 seconds. That is some serious go power. There are no knobs or dials, no buttons or levers. The entire system is housed in a massive touch screen that is more ‘Star Trek’ than ‘Fast and The Furious’. The seemingly affordable Tesla Model 3 has all the standard high-tech fare including automatic emergency braking, side collision warning, and blind spot monitoring. But the real draw of the Tesla is the self-driving capabilities. While this feature is understandably an add-on, it is still neat to think that your car even has that capability. Note to the buyer. The one thing Tesla does NOT have is smartphone integration technologies like Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. This may actually be a deal-breaker for those that have become accustomed to these features as standard new car tech.

CarWorld Has a Variety of Affordable High-Tech Cars

Even in the endless sea of tech-centric options, new car buyers seem to have a firm grasp on what they want, and they are willing to pay for it. Features like adaptive cruise control, touch screen monitors, voice command entertainment systems, and driver-assist technology, has coaxed droves of new car buyers to lots all over the country. CarWorld is continually expanding and adding to our inventory. With our sister locations and relationships with other dealerships, CarWorld can get you the best price on some of today’s most coveted automobiles.

The BEST car technology is right in the palm of your hand. Pick up your cell phone and dial CarWorld at (833) 219-9951

Author: CarWorld