Car data can refer to various pieces of information related to automobiles. Some examples of car data include:

  • Make and model: The brand and specific model of a car, such as a Toyota Camry or a Ford F-150
  • Year: The year a car was manufactured
  • Dimensions: The size and shape of a car, including length, width, and height
  • Fuel efficiency: The average fuel consumption of a car, usually measured in miles per gallon (mpg) or liters per 100 kilometers (L/100 km)
  • Engine specifications: The size, horsepower, and torque of a car's engine
  • Safety features: The safety equipment included in a car, such as airbags, anti-lock brakes (ABS), and electronic stability control (ESC)
  • Optional features: Additional features available for a car, such as navigation systems, heated seats, and sunroofs

There are many other types of car data that may be relevant to different contexts, such as pricing data, sales figures, and accident statistics.