A to Z of Car Tech

The ultimate A to Z guide to the latest car technology, helping car buyers bust through the jargon and understand the benefits

If you’ve ever found yourself confused by the relentless march of car technology, you’re not alone. Our cars are becoming increasingly advanced in terms of safety, efficiency, connectivity and, even, autonomy. If you ask the experts, the car tech available today is just the start. 

We’re entering a period where the cars we drive will see a level of change unprecedented in the last 50 years. It means that now really is a good time to get yourself up to speed with the car tech revolution.  

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This is where our A to Z guide to car tech comes in. We’ve created a series of videos and articles explaining the key car technology features of the moment. The A to Z of Car Tech is designed as a tool for car buyers looking to understand the car technology jargon they’ll encounter in brochures and spec sheets when choosing a new car. 

We cover everything from new electric and hybrid powertrain technologies to self-driving features, the latest materials and safety aids, explaining it all in simple terms. The aim is to help everyone make better, more informed decisions when it comes to choosing and specifying a new car.

The 26 instalments of the A to Z of Car Tech series will be launched on a weekly basis with the videos and accompanying articles published right here. Come back next week for the latest letter in our car tech alphabet…

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