Johannesburg, South Africa – (WiredPRNews.com) With an increasing demand world wide, for more leisure time and a luxurious lifestyle, it is possible that multi-purpose cars will play a significant role in family and professional life in the future.Using your car time for family time and being able to work in the comfort of your car, may become an everyday event in the foreseeable future.
It is likely that petrol driven cars will become smaller and smaller and lighter, ie the new Fait 500, so as to deal with the effects of rising fuel prices. The cars of tomorrow may have shorter bonnets and more compact engines, allowing for extra space for luxury compartments. There will be greater glass areas and more space for people and luggage. Glass areas reduce the risk of feeling enclosed and claustrophobic.
According to the latest information out of the motor industry worldwide,is that glass in cars will have to have greater performance on reducing heat coming into the cars through the windows, whereby reducing the use of air conditioning and letting off less carbon emissions into the atmosphere.
Finally as roads become more congested,new ways to avoid accidence will be investigated and implemented. Most car manufactures are like card players,never showing their hand. But being able to control a car like a modern jet aircraft with a computerized throttle and gearshift, is a near certainty.
Klingshield the window film experts, offer a new high performance nano- ceramic films, which reduces as much as 80% of the infra red from entering the car which will be useful in these new designer cars. Windscreen protection is becoming more and more popular as most of the heat entering is through the front windscreen
Should you require to know more about this advanced technology available for car windows, please contact Leon Levy, CEO at Klingshield, [email protected] Leon Levy CEO Klingshield