A car that could actually help you avoid a crash? It sounds like something you might find years from now, but it could be available in the next car you buy! The new Continental Automotive Systems prototype was revealed this week. Continental put 13 advanced technologies into the car, all talking to each other, which allows the car to help drivers maintain control and avoid crashes. The company says it spent about $500,000 dollars developing the vehicle, but in the next few years, all the safety features in the car will only cost about $500. Continental spokesman Joe Gaus says, "If we can improve society, if we can make driving safer, if we can save 1/2 of those 42,000 lives with this technology - why not do it?"