Subaru Invents Self Cleaning Car Technology
Subaru today announced that it has invented a new “self cleaning” technology for its versatile vehicles. Furthermore, the new technology doesn’t use precious water but works by an extension of “haptic” technology to “shake” the vehicle free of dirt.
Called a “a dream solution for every motorist’s wish list,” when the waterless system originally launched two years ago in the UK, Subaru’s latest self-cleaning system improves on the earlier version with its haptic technology.
Taking inspiration from Subaru owners' love of dogs, the vehicle will ‘shake’ itself to disperse mud and dirt. Technology experts have declared this new invention as a “logical step for a brand that loves dogs and dirt.”
The team behind Subaru’s self-cleaning technology, led by Professor Ai Lai, recognize that Subaru drivers are active people who lead active lives and they don’t want to waste their time washing their car on the weekends. It is with this in mind that the team has been dedicated to improving the vehicle’s self-cleaning technology to make their customers’ lives a little bit easier.