The signs are all there. The technology and automotive industry is becoming increasingly intertwined. Brands like Tesla are as much technical companies as they are a car company. It's not just Tesla. Mainstream mass market brands are also aboard the tech revolution.
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Semi-autonomous drive assistants such as adaptive cruise control are now common on anything from $ 150,000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedans to the Subaru Crosstrek crossover at the higher level. And there is the connection. For example, General Motors has made Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities available throughout its Cadillac Escalade series products to the Chevrolet Corvette.
As a result, it is much easier to find a new car that is packed in hilt with tech than finding one that is without technology. But there are some new cars out there for the techno phobias among us.
Low-tech deals today drive the gap from economy cars that provide basic daily transportation without having to be transported to knife-bone speed machines designed for light performance.
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