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Top Technology Features for GM Vehicles

GM Car Tech

The biggest difference between the cars of today and the cars of decades ago is the amount and the types of technology that appear inside these automobiles. Our Chevrolet dealers, for example, are able to sell features that would have been considered science fiction a mere decade ago, and the tech is only getting better in Chevy, GMC, and Buick automobiles with every passing year.

Here are picks for the top five technology features currently available in General Motors automobiles:

WiFi Hotspots – Several GM vehicles now exist as their own mobile WiFi hotspots, giving passengers access to the internet when previously they had to live without it or chew through data plans.

Innovative Drivetrains – GM always is working to build new and innovative drivetrains, much like the new Hydra-Matic 9T50 in the 2017 Chevy Malibu, the brand’s first ever nine-speed automatic transmission.

OnStar Watson – This personal mobility assistant allows drivers to use apps like the Exxon app and Glympse to make the most of their drives, tracking down gas stations, alerting friends and family of potential arrival times, and so much more. Watson is a great new personal assistant sure to make driving easier than ever.

Creative Efficiency – New one-pedal driving in the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV allows drivers to make efficient use of the battery pack by capturing extra energy through regenerative braking.

Predictive Maintenance – OnStar proactive alerts let drivers know when maintenance may be needed long before it’s actually needed thanks to special attention to anomalies and irregularities in the way the vehicle is operating.

These technologies make new cars in Calgary, AB more exciting and more entertaining than ever to own, so we hope you’ll stop by Shaw GMC Chevrolet Buick sometime soon to check out this great new technology in person!

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This entry was posted on March 8, 2017 by in General Motors and tagged , .
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