New car models appear each year on the market. We usually pay the most attention to the fastest vehicles with impressive, streamlined shapes. Family cars also arouse considerable interest. Their main purpose is to ensure comfort, convenience and safety for passengers travelling long distances. Small city cars are also popular due to their cost-effectiveness, they significantly reduce expenses related to maintenance.
What remains very similar, however, is the range of engines available, with several turbocharged 1.4- and 2.0-litre petrol units along with a brace of 2.0-litre diesel motors with 110hp to 240hp.
On the one hand, fiddling with your car may bring back memories of your grandfather or uncle working in the garage and induce a sense of nostalgia rather than a desire to put on a work overall. Especially since, after all, none of us are a match for mechanics employed by the best car companies, so by trying do it ourselves, we might do more harm than good.
After a year and a half of intensive beta testing, Harbrick will release PolySync V1.0; an advanced, out-of-box operating system expected to revolutionize the way autonomous vehicles are made. Until now, the process of building an autonomous vehicle has been tedious. Extensive code has to be written, tested, and retested just to build the basic back end infrastructure.