Now that winter is finally out of the way, we can look forward to some of the best new cars due to hit these shores in 2015. Car tech is evolving all the time and some of the new technological innovations in this year’s new car releases is truly mind-blowing.

One of the most eagerly awaited new releases is the Alfa Rome Giulia, which comes hot on the tails of Alfa’s recent rebirth which saw brand new MiTo, Giulietta and 4C models which have essentially fired Alfa Romeo right back to the forefront of technological innovation. The new Giulia is expected to be powered by Fiat’s MultiAir technology, giving you even more power for less money.

On the subject of spending less money, the new Mercedes C-Class is rumoured to have a new hybrid engine model revealed this year, with an interior upgrade and engines which are 20% more efficient than previous models. This innovation in green technology is the main focus for many car manufacturers, who are keen to ensure you get the power and comfort and continue saving even more money.


Nissan’s new X-Trail, for example, has a sleek new design upgrade but the four-wheel-drive system is now designed to automatically switch to two-wheel-drive when fuel and money could be saved by doing so. Alongside stop-start technology and new touchscreen displays, they’ve managed to blend green credentials with funky in-car tech.

On the in-cab gadget front, Audi are due to introduce their new Multi Media Interface in their new TT, alongside smart LED headlights which can apparently be on full beam without blinding drivers. Even more basic cars such as the new Vauxhall Corsa are due to see a new IntelliLink 7-inch touchscreen system which allows you to connect up your mobile phone and turn your car into a multimedia paradise.

Whichever way you look at it, it’s shaping up to be a good year for technological innovations in motoring, which are sure to please both gadget fans and green motorists alike, making motoring more pleasurable and even cheaper for drivers right across the country.