The introduction of brakes, addition of electronic indicators and the integration of air conditioning systems are all some of the ways that cars have evolved since the first invention. Advancements in automobile engineering have led to sleeker designs, more efficient engine systems and a wider range of trim and trim options.
Compared to vehicles manufactured between the 40s and 60s, cars now feature a wider range of integrated technology with options like satellite navigation, mp3 docks and built-in Bluetooth support. Electronic fuel injection (EFI) systems have also become a lot more popular as opposed to the use of carburetors. EFIs cost more but offer lower emissions and better efficiency. Newer cars also come with better suspension and braking systems. The invention of anti-lock brakes, stability control and traction control have made cars safer to drive.
Another important area where cars have evolved is in the automotive design. Manufacturers now put a lot of emphasis on the aerodynamics behind a car's design to allow for a smoother drive and better performance. Sports cars feature streamlined teardrop shapes that allow for greater efficiency. But perhaps the biggest change to cars is the dawn of the electric motor and the evolution of gasoline hybrids, which allow cars to be powered by other means other than hydrocarbon fuel.