As an AI language model, I do not have access to the latest news and updates, but here are some significant developments that have shaped the voice recognition systems in cars:

1. Voice recognition systems become more accurate and natural-sounding with advanced AI algorithms and machine learning models.
2. Integration of voice assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free control of in-car features.
3. Bluetooth connectivity allows better integration of mobile devices with car infotainment systems for music, navigation, and hands-free communication.
4. Multilingual voice recognition system support for users who speak different languages.
5. Integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbots to assist drivers with navigation, weather updates, traffic updates, and more.
6. Adaptive Voice Recognition technologies that recognize the user’s voice and adapt to their accent, tone, and dialect.
7. Advanced noise reduction and echo-cancellation technologies for clearer and more accurate voice recognition.
8. Improved recognition of natural language commands, allowing drivers to use conversational language instead of relying on specific commands.
9. Integration of gestures along with voice commands for more intuitive and easy control of in-car features.
10. The growth of the connected car ecosystem, allowing voice recognition systems to exchange data with other onboard sensors and systems for a more comprehensive view of the driving experience.