The future of transportation may be coming with one button, but it may also be getting a new name.

For the first time, automakers are pushing a new design for cars that can be controlled by a single remote control.

And they’re working on a new form of car control called a “car” that is controlled remotely from the dashboard.

The new form, called CarControl, will work with Apple’s CarPlay, Google’s Android Auto, and other car-centric platforms, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The concept car, which the Journal reports is the first of its kind, will be available for sale in early 2019.

It is a version of the car that can also be used in autonomous mode, which is when a car is operating autonomously.

The Journal also notes that this is a car that works with cars.

This is the car you want.

It has all the safety features of a regular car.

Its steering wheel, seat belts, and even its airbags are on the inside, making it more sturdy.

Its interior is also comfortable, and it can accommodate both adults and kids.

The car also has its own Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a heart-rate monitor, all of which make it much more capable of handling emergencies.

The “car control” is designed to make it easy for drivers to interact with the car in an emergency.

The company says that the car control will also be able to “take control of an autonomous vehicle in an extreme situation, such as when it is in a parking lot or on a freeway.”

It will also have “automatic emergency braking,” which will help drivers avoid accidents.

The article notes that the new car will be made by a Japanese automaker called Toyota.

It will be manufactured in the US and will be offered in the U.S. in 2020, the same year as the next-generation Apple CarPlay.