Autoglass unveils “windscreen of the future”

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We’d certainly like to get our hands on whatever the ladies and gents at Autoglass were sniffing when they thought of this.

The company is calling it the “windscreen of the future”, and it’s a prediction of what it expects windscreens in cars of the near future to be doing.

Features include: integrated on-screen GPS, hazard recognition and augmented reality controls.

What will the aftermarket make of this new development? And do you think it’ll become a reality? Let us know below.

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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