CES 2018 is in Las Vegas right now and it is filled with amazing new car technology.
Now, self-driving cars are still a bit out, but cars are starting to become a bit unrecognizable.
First off, Alexa is becoming pretty common in cars. BMW, Ford, and Hyundai already have her integrated, but now so are a lot of makers.
Also, like Alexa, having Driver-Assist technology that helps you park is becoming pretty standard.
The craziest car stuff on display at CES 2018 actually has to do with your body interacting with you car.
Worried about someone stealing your car?
Well, with Gentex Corp.'s biometrics system, you won't be able to start the vehicle if you have not been authorized with the vehicle.
Beyond that, Hyundai and Nissan are showing off their new biometric systems that read your brain waves to sense when you are going to break or swerve, decreasing reaction times.
Listen to Gary and Shannon's full conversation with Marc about car technology, the power outage, the future of shopping, self-driving suitcases, and everything CES right here!
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