Continental Technologies ensure greater comfort and safety in the upper mid-size class

The company is also prioritising sustainability with its eco-friendly tire solutions.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 24 Apr 2024 Views icon1732 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Continental Technologies ensure greater comfort and safety in the upper mid-size class

Continental, a leading automotive technology company, is revolutionising the upper mid-size class with its innovative solutions for comfort and safety. From digital car keys to intelligent driver assistance systems, Continental's cutting-edge technologies enhance the driving experience while prioritising safety.

The CoSmA access system, developed by Continental, transforms smartphones and smartwatches into digital car keys, providing convenient and secure access to vehicles. With this system, users can create and manage multiple digital keys, allowing them to share access with family and friends.

Furthermore, Continental's advanced driver assistance systems, including long-range radar and surround view cameras, provide precise data to enhance safety on the road. These systems help prevent accidents by providing real-time information about vehicles and obstacles, ensuring a safer driving experience.

The company is also prioritising sustainability with its eco-friendly tire solutions, such as the Continental EcoContact 6 Q tires, known for their high mileage and low energy consumption. Additionally, innovative surface materials, such as Acella synthetic leather with staynu technology, make the interior easy to clean and durable.

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