Who taught the car how to drive?
At the moment a car can’t completely drive itself, but a car like a ŠKODA KAROQ can help us in a lot of ways. For example, it can stop itself to prevent a collision, speed up or slow down to keep us within the speed limit, or adjust the steering if we aren’t keeping to our lane. It does these through a number of different sensors which “see” objects and send what they detect back to the car’s computer. The computer then transmits signals to the car’s steering wheel or brakes to tell them what to do.
Do WiFi hotspots keep you warm?
No, but they can keep you smart! WiFi is short for Wireless Fidelity, and simply means the technology that allows us to connect to the internet without a wire. The ŠKODA KAROQ has a transmitter which gets WiFi using radio signals that come from mobile transmitters. This means you can stay in your car, connect to the internet, and find out anything you want. So the answer to the question is, while they don’t keep you warm, they can help to make you smart.