It is not the most outstanding event of the year, but there are models of cars that have drawn us much attention at the New York Auto show. The clearest example is that of the Chevrolet Malibu, a non Plug-in hybrid that arrives with a surveillance mode the use of the car when it is provided such as a teenager.
The Chevrolet Malibu 2016, In addition to the security systems that one expects in a car today (alert in the event of a change of lane, obstacle detection,…), stands out for a button that aims at reducing accidents on the road from young people aged 16-20 years, rate it triples the elders aged 21 in the U.S..
A car for teens
The new Chevrolet Malibu meets the profile of mid-sized sedan but isn’t far what most caught us attention. A curious system to keep under control what happens in the car when the owners leave the children gets all our attractions.
The so-called Teen Driver function enabled by default all active safety systems available, car and worry about that driving is responsible. Among other changes, the maximum speed of the car with alerts, you can manage maximum entertainment system volume limit and even leave without sound to the car where the occupants of the car without belts placed. Finally, the system collects made driving information (speed, security systems had to be activated…), which is available after leaving the car at home again.
Issues of privacy, the system is not connected to the Internet continuously, so no data is sent in real time either the path or position of the car at all times. In addition to this monitoring mode, there are interesting additions such as a Wireless charger for smartphones.