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It's no secret that in-car technology is taking over the driving experience. While the poster child for new car technology is currently Ford's MyFord Touch, it will soon be eclipsed by technology that push the boundaries even further.
Lexus engineers are using advanced simulators to monitor drivers' response time when driving while drowsy. This could easily play into future technology that actually assists you when driving at night. MIT is working on technology that will help cars predict collisions before they even happen, possibly making accidents history.
What about cars driving themselves? Cars that run on electric roads? The sky is the limit, and that limit is set only by the boundaries of the human imagination. Someday we might fly around in little space shuttles like the Jetsons.
So today we ask you, what next-gen technology do you want in your next car? Tweet us your response and make sure to include the hashtag #NewCarTech-- and you'll join the chorus right here via CoverItLive.