Presenting the nominees, finalists and winners of Autoblog's annual Technology of the Year Award presented every year at international autos shows.
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Jeff Bracken, Lexus Group Vice President and General Manager, accepted the award at NAIAS.

Learn more about the technology, and what it means for the future of Lexus and Toyota.

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The Multi-Stage Hybrid System is a step forward for green powertrains.

The Multi-Stage Hybrid System is a step forward for green powertrains.

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Chevy, Lexus and Nissan made the cut.

Each brings something new and novel to the table.

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A glimpse behind the scenes.

It's more than just driving a few cars around.

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The evolution of cruise control has big implications for the future.

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We were promised cameras in place of mirrors. Cadillac delivered.

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Better living through sport hybrid.

Technology that makes a car faster and more friendly.

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It's a promising idea, but you might want to wait for the kinks to get ironed out.

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The cherry on top is the Drive Pilot suite of semi-autonomous technologies.

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NHTSA'S Rosekind: the car business "cannot wait for perfect" - people have to be "desperate" for any technology that could save lives.

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We Chose The Best New Automotive Tech

For 2016, we've split the award into two categories, one honoring a specific technology and the other going to a tech-filled car. Find out who won.

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Autoblog Honors Apple CarPlay and the Tesla Model S

Autoblog Honors Apple CarPlay and the Tesla Model S with their 2016 Technology of the Year Awards at 2016 NAIAS in Detroit. Show full PR text Autoblog Unveils their Technology of the Year Awards DETROIT--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Autoblog, one of the leading automotive digital properties, announced their 2016 Technology of the Year Awards at The North American International Auto Show today. The awards honor both the best individual technology feature in a vehicle as well as the vehicle that showcases

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Simple Enhancements Make For A Big Improvement

Ford's Sync 3 infotainment system fixes many of the gripes we had about MyFord Touch. In fact, this new design is easily one of the best in the industry.

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Modular Infotainment Platform Gets Smartphone Integration

Volkswagen's MIB II is one of our Technology of the Year finalists. The Modular Infotainment Platform enters a new generation with smartphone integration.

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"Why Can't I Just Use My Phone?" Here, You Can

Smart offers an easy solution for accessing smartphone data right in the car. It's called the CrossConnect App, and it's a simple but effective bit of tech.

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A Tablet-Sized, Beautiful Infotainment Experience

Think of Volvo's Sensus infotainment system as taking a tablet experience and planting it right into the center console.