ANFAC insists on the importance of generation of "wearable" devices (devices that will be incorporated into our clothes or compliments and that are "on us") and voice assistants that "will facilitate connection of all user screens, understanding the vehicle as the sixth screen. Its use will also be simpler and more accessible".
Another innovation that may be of major interest to drivers is that your electric car will notify you where there are free areas to park wherever you want to do so and will take you to them, "so that you don’t waste one minute of your time and patience when parking", AEDIVE mentions. "Another possibility is that your car is waiting for you at the door when you leave work because you have previously pressed the button on your mobile phone that told the car to do this".
Noemí Navas believes there will be a before and after in our lives after the electric vehicle because of its technology and its use: "The equipping of vehicles and their complexity will multiply either by means of lasers, scanners or cameras. And the connection with infrastructures in the city will be essential, such as traffic lights and traffic signals with other vehicles".
Whereby, according to expert opinions we will have before us a DeLorean that will find in this perfect space between sustainable mobility and energy efficiency related to boosting renewables, energy storage, distributed generation and self-consumption.
Apart from having both environmental and economic benefits, this is as innovative a change as completely switching our habits and the way we move around. But that’s not everything. Stay alert to your screens.