The best new technologies of the year, AJAC

At the Montreal Auto Show, the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada has unveiled new technologies Ideal winners for the year 2017.

In the category Ideal New Technologies – Innovation, the Vector Handle-G Mazda has won the honors. This computer software adapts the engine torque by means of minor adjustments to optimize weight transfer of the car, generating driving far more comfy for the occupants of the vehicle. It also reduces fatigue for the driver by a lower in corrections at the wheel. The Vector Handle-G Mazda is now offered in the 2017 Mazda3, and will be in other future goods such as the 2017 Mazda CX-five.

Other finalists in the category of technologies innovation are the Method Pro Trailer Backup Help Ford, the SKYACTIV-G engine Mazda two.5T and DSSV dampers (Position Sensitive spool valve Dampers) of Common Motors.

In the category Ideal New Technologies – Safety, the Pro Pilot II method with detection of big animals and Road exit attenuation Volvo that was selected. This technologies can run the car up to a speed of 130 km / h, maintaining the vehicle in its lane. In addition, the density of deer, moose and coyotes is detected in a radius of about 200 meters. The method determines if they pose a danger and warns the driver if any. This method will equip the new models of the brand, such as the Volvo S90, 2017.

The other finalists technologies in the category of safety are the OnStar ProActive Alerts Common Motors recalling back seat of Common Motors, soon after PRE-Secure Sound of Mercedes-Benz, the platform Worldwide Platform Subaru and the following Security Sense P Toyota.

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Unveiling of the finalists for the Canadian Automobile of the year AJAC
AJAC also requires benefit of the Montreal Auto Show to announce the 3 finalists for the Canadian Automobile of the year 2017 as properly as the Canadian Utility Car of the year 2017.

For the title of the Canadian Automobile of the year, the finalists are the BMW M2, the Hyundai Elantra and the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. As for the title of Canadian Utility Car of the year, the finalists are the Chrysler Pacifica Mercedes-Benz GLC and the Subaru Forester.

The winners of these awards will be announced on February 16th at the Toronto Auto Show.