What Will the Future of Luxury Cars Look Like?


Ever since the first horseless buggy hit the scene, we have been speculating about where this new form of technology could take us. While many of us have visions of self-driving flying cars as the logical conclusion of motoring, there are a number of high-tech steps to take on the way. Sport and luxury vehicles are at the forefront of the latest automotive technology. Features that we see in luxury cars first tend to trickle down to more affordable models a year or two later. To catch a glimpse of what the near future holds in the auto industry, one only has to peer at the latest luxury car trends and concept cars. The following are a few ideas of what we can expect to see in tomorrow’s luxury cars.
Increased Connectivity
Cars are becoming increasingly connected, both to each other and to the internet. It’s estimated that 90% of cars will be internet-connected by the year 2020. This not only allows cars to function as their own wireless hotspots, but it also allows them to record speed and other bits of driving data.
Enhanced Personalization
When you take a look at a luxury car today, you’ll notice that you have the option to customise it in a variety of ways. There are numerous trim levels, colours, and specs to choose from. However, this idea of customisation will be taken to the next level in future cars. One example of this is BMW’s GINA concept car. The exterior of this car is designed from a durable fabric, which covers a lightweight aluminium frame for the body. It’s resistant to the heat and cold, and is extremely lightweight for increased fuel efficiency. However, what makes this concept particularly interesting is that the GINA can essentially change its entire shape due to the flexibility of this exterior. At the push of a button, the driver could change the car’s basic shape.

Connection to Nature 
Another luxury concept which we can expect to see more of in the future is the idea of cars built to be more in tune with their natural surroundings. Cars will use more biofuels and electric power, but they may also use an increasing amount of recyclable, natural materials. The Senzai concept car from Ficosa International was released back in 2005, but its ideas are no picking up steam. Sand gardens and an enclosed stream provide a feeling of internal serenity, while elements like wind, wood, and water are used in the interior design. This provides a glimpse into what other luxury designers might use in the future.
Self-Diagnostics and Accident Prevention
From a technological standpoint, future luxury cars will be more efficient than ever. They will be able to detect problems earlier, and even report them to the manufacturer. At the moment, you can download apps like the one from Dash Labs which gives you a full report from the dashboard of your car if any mechanical problems are perceived. In the future, this could be transmitted directly to the mechanic. In addition, driverless technology is already here in the form of collision warnings and radar systems.
Today’s luxury car brands are already flirting with all of these concepts, which will be developed more concretely over the next few years. Although we may not yet have Jetsons-styled flying cars, we could have safer, more convenient, and more connected models by 2020.
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