Your school has a delayed opening, so your car resets your alarm, giving you an hour of extra sleep.
Once awake, you ease in behind the wheel, where you are greeted by your personal assistant. Call him “Robbie.” Robbie automatically plays the same music that was streaming in your home, heating the interior to your preferred temperature and switching off the lights, stereo, etc. in your bedroom as the car pulls away.
This may seem like a scene from a futuristic movie, but it’s the real thing. The Ford Evos Concept Car — which stores information in the Cloud for ultimate connectivity — could hit the road within a decade, according to some experts, with the various technologies being rolled out in stages.
While this article is mainly for car enthusiasts, it offers an entertaining glimpse into the future world of cars.the original article from The Fiscal Times, written by Julie Halpert