We drive you closer to this year's Consumer Electronics Show, and list down our best bets on the latest car technologies that wowed the world.
Owners can update their SYNC 3 via internet connection or USB.
They will test the technology on the Kombi-inspired I.D. Buzz.
Kia claims that all its models will be connected cars by 2030, including level 4 autonomous nameplates for smart cities.
Toyota is developing new ways technology in support of its vision of a seamless mobility ecosystem, along with a battery electric vehicle concept.
It can go from 0 to 97 km/h in 9.5 seconds.
This new technology will be installed in new models in 2019.
This innovation is based on artificial intelligence (AI) and an intuitive operating system.