The New Year brings us the 2015 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Sin City with tons of new technology. It’s amazing how far technology has come since the debut of the VCR in 1970. Now we have technologically advanced vehicles that utilize lighting, GPS, Android, and iOS to pave our way into the future. Yes, of course we are partial to all things car related so we’re bringing you what’s new in the car world. This year is HUGE for BMW with a friendly (not really) race with Audi to present the first car outfitted with laser headlights.
The Ford Taurus was introduced in 1985 and has grown to a whopping six whole generations of the all American sedan. Sure, the fifth generation was extremely short lived, but it looks like the sixth generation is making up for that hiccup. With the new 2015 machine with a 3.5 liter 24-valve, it’s supposed to debut in North America with a wider and longer variation of the Ford CD4.
Based on these spy shots, it looks like the new Ford Taurus has a grill that resembles the one found on the Aston Martin with a stiff upper lip in the front fascia. The hood and the headlights have a bit of inspiration from the Ford Mondeo as well.
Got your daytime running lights, fog lights, and reverse lights taken care of? Don’t forget about your puddle lights! Most of the time, people deck out their entire ride with fresh LEDs, but you have the option of upgrading your puddle lights to too. Volkswagen GTi LED puddle lights give your car that slight kick, which is exactly what it needs. They are not super flashy, but still very noticeable and will get people asking where you got it.
Testing in the wintertime? Looks like the testing crew has taken the new plug-in hybrid E-Class up to Sweden to see how the car fares in heavy snowstorms. You can see that there’s a charging port in the rear bumper just like the GLE plug-in hybrid. So what else is going to change? The new plug-in hybrid E-Class will be a bit longer than the one out right now, but Mercedes is also going to extend the wheelbase. Get ready for a lighter and rigid 2016 W213 E-Class.
While Xenon white LED daytime running lights look great with their stunning glow, not everyone may prefer the white look and might opt for the classic amber yellow look. Amber yellow is also a great choice for LED daytime running lights because they give off that classic vibe, yet are still a huge difference from the stock look. These LED daytime running lights are great for someone who wants to stay classy, but give off a bit of a different vibe as well.