As the debate rages on about allowing cars to intervene with functions such as braking or steering in critical situations, automakers and suppliers are continuing development, but many challenges remain.
Many facets of drivetrain control prompt developments in power storage, systems, and components.
The European industry's leading designers and engineers ponder the shape of things to come.
Though more and more technology will make its way into cars in the future, it must be successfully integrated into vehicle designs with more customer appeal.
Despite constraints such as government regulation and an aging society, designers have room enough to exercise imagination for innovative and stylish solutions.