The World’s Most Tech-Filled Cars

The automotive world is one of the most innovative markets with manufacturers always looking for new ways to experiment and improve their cars further and websites that allow you to check your MOT expiry date. That is why at certain periods of time in automotive history, there are cars more technologically advanced than other cars.

We have partnered with Hippo Leasing to inform you of the most tech-filled cars currently available on the market.

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Honda NSX


It is Honda’s attempt at a hybrid supercar, and it delivers. It comes with a twin-turbocharged 3.5-litre V6 engine developing 500 bhp, and it matched with three electric motors, a nine-speed dual-clutch gearbox and all-wheel-drive system. Sounds exciting, right?

This car has been ten years in the making!

Thanks to this combination of engine and motors, the NSX bolts from 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds and hits a top speed of 191 mph. It comes with a Quiet mode that runs the NSX on electric motors up to 40 mph, and it is silent as a grave, but far more comfortable.

There are three other modes available with the NSX. Sport mode delivers livelier driving, which is perfect for manoeuvring around town. Sport Plus mode adds heavier steering and a rev counter in the centre of the TFT display. It gives you the power to drive the NSX fast. Then there is the Track mode, which is obviously for track days and not for everyday road use.

All of this can be delivered thanks to the new electric system installed in the NSX. The engine powers the car, but the motors power the wheels, meaning they know which wheel needs the most power at any time. It is an adaptive system that adjusts when you head into a corner, allowing the car to drive you in, around and out of the corner with ease.

Tesla Model S


Tesla cars are always ahead of the curve regarding technological developments. All their models now come with their Autopilot system as standard. That means the Tesla Model S can drive you from your home to your destination without your input at all.

It works through a combination of eight cameras with a 360-degree coverage and 12 ultrasonic sensors that detect hard and soft objects around the car for up to 250 metres. It also has a forward-facing radar with enhanced processing, allowing the car to see in front of it through heavy rain, dust and other cars ahead.

This combination of technology allows your Tesla to match the traffic conditions surrounding it, keeping lane discipline, the ability to self-park and you can even summon it from your garage to pick you up from your front door. You can either drive it yourself or let it drive you.

Tesla also includes a Bio-weapon Defence Mode in all their cars as standard too. It works through a HEPA air filtration system that removes all allergens, bacteria and contaminants from the cabin, plus 99.97%of particulate exhaust pollution produces by surrounding vehicles. It delivers the freshest air for you to breathe.

Audi TT


Audi is always aiming to be at the forefront of car technology, and their newest Audi TT is proof of that. This car has added security to ensure your car is safe. It includes a fingerprint reader so that no one can drive your car, who is not authorised to do so.

The Audi TT has an infotainment screen in the centre dashboard that connects to mobile phones and tablets. That isn't unique thanks to Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, but it has other features. You can write commands on a tablet, and the infotainment system will follow those commands.

Technology in the car industry is always developing, and there are cars representing the future. Without manufacturers experimenting with new technologies, there will be no future. Cars will not become greener, or go full-electric or drive themselves and so much more. Here are just three cars that are leading the way regarding power, safety and security. There are many more available right now.