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13 new technologies heading to your car soon

What Car? Logo By Claire Evans of What Car? | Slide 1 of 16: The driving forces behind the changes are improving road safety, lowering emissions and taking some of the stress out of driving.

Some advances will be tied in with the increased uptake of electric cars, but the biggest influences will be automated driving technologies and connectedness. These are set to transform the whole driving experience.

Safety testing body Euro NCAP is pushing ahead with its Vision Zero ambition to stop people from dying on the road. In doing so, it has set out a timeline for 2020-2025 of when it will start testing a range of new technologies.

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It’s predicted that cars will change more in the next five to 10 years than they have over the past 50.

The driving forces behind the changes are improving road safety, lowering emissions and taking some of the stress out of driving.

Some advances will be tied in with the increased uptake of electric cars, but the biggest influences will be automated driving technologies and connectedness. These are set to transform the whole driving experience.

Safety testing body Euro NCAP is pushing ahead with its Vision Zero ambition to stop people from dying on the road. In doing so, it has set out a timeline for 2020-2025 of when it will start testing a range of new technologies.

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