Analysis: Driver override, biometrics, HUD will top vehicle trends in 5 years

Autonomous technology is paving the way for advanced in-car systems that will become standard in new vehicles by 2020, Karl Brauer writes. Driver override systems such as automated braking, biometric vehicle access and heads-up navigation displays will be among the top trends in automotive showrooms within the next five years, according to Brauer. Remote vehicle shutdown, vehicle health monitoring and reconfigurable body panels will also become staples in new car models, he writes.