From being more mechanical to surprisingly intellectual is what defines now-a-days cars that are all ready to embrace the trending software updates. Cars that get software updates not only shrink gap between your car and dealer but stands on the front line to provide improved safety, fortified performance and reduced driver's distraction while driving. While these many benefits are amazing each and every car lover, an evident advantage of getting those benefits without gearing up wheels is what buzzing in the automotive industry - Yeah, there is no need to travel under the roof of a dealership every time a new update got pop out – It is easy to get updates released from the manufacturer straight away on car with the help of a Wi-Fi connection.
Despite every car tends to hurl off the point being old with the help of sophisticated software updates, only cars from some leading manufacturers like Tesla, Ford, Toyota are simplifying the customer needs and grabbing newness through innovative software updates.
Tesla Motors, one of the world's popular car brands renowned for producing electric cars is committed to offer a series of software updates for its acclaimed Model S in 2015. In its first set of updates, the software can analyze road conditions and driver's route, controls driver from driving at high speeds and stops the attendant access of using personal data through valet mode, performs automatic braking and blind-spot detection alongside providing topography that alarms driver if the car is moving out of a charging location. Once the car automatically downloads and installs the code issued by the company, it gets updates.
This U.S. based car brand is also planning to provide another set of updates after few months from first set of updates release, that consists of an option that allows car to drive itself, and guides towards the destination.
Not just these, but Tesla already wowed its Model S owners with a remote software update that increased car speed more to the existing in the year beginning. Model S P85D can now accelerate from 0 to 60mph within just 0.1 to 3.1 seconds with the help of a new software update - which made a difference in its previous version that takes 3.2 seconds in the insane mode to accelerate the same speed range.
Ford, an American Automaker with a global presence is set to offer software updates for its latest infotainment system Sync 3 - the all new 2015 model, after partnering with software market giant Microsoft to keep the infotainment system updated and also to give its customers more freedom to get updates. Software updates received by Sync 3 from Microsoft with the enabled WiFi allows the system to stay updated with the current.
Sync 3 infotainment system equipped Ford cars can stay update to the latest with the Microsoft's reliable and easier software downloads, which is an unrivaled smart process compared to its previous way of downloading Sync updates to USB thumb drive and then again updating it manually through dashboard.
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