Car enthusiasts, in general, spend a lot of time complaining about how much we dislike touchscreens and how much modern technology annoys us. But as a new car driver, I can say that there are some tech features I wouldn’t want to live without.

That’s why today we flip the script and ask what technical features you wouldn’t want to live without. More specifically, we want to know what your favorite tech feature is in today’s cars.

Modern automotive technology is impressive it can be overwhelming. But trying to live with them often means that really useful features are revealed simply by using them.

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Personally, the technology feature I use most in my day-to-day life is this Bluetooth connection. Whether it’s for listening to music, podcasts, or just getting step-by-step instructions through the speakers, this is the feature I’d miss the most if it didn’t exist.

However, I wonder if this can still be considered a truly modern feature, and it’s hardly the only one I use (or want to have in my six-year-old car). Of course, there are even more impressive features that can make life a lot easier.

Automakers, for example, have put a lot of work into improving their voice assistant technology. Toyota recently announced improvements and, in theory, a voice assistant sounds very useful. Freed from having to look down or scroll through menus, just being able to speak your commands out loud sounds pretty handy.

With more infotainment systems offering sophisticated features such as streaming platforms and video games to make electric vehicles lighter, some drivers may think that these are the most desired and valued technical features in their car.

Similarly, people seem to like their advanced driver assistance systems. For now they are often misused and misunderstoodit never stopped people from loving the feature before.

With so many features popping up that it’s hard to keep track, there are bound to be popular technologies that we haven’t mentioned here. Let us know what you like in the comments below.