What type of car you drive will be less important than the software the car has. There will be a fewer models and the majority of the models if not all will run on electricity. Parts will be changeable, and much like phones, they will require software updates. Tesla won't be the leading brand but they'll inspire the design, or probably branch out in to a new brand of cars.
Traditional factories won't be necessary. 3D printing will take over most of manufacturing including the extensive textile industry which will move on to smart fabrics, and factories will have very low emission of toxic waste as most plants will develop internal eco systems that utilize as much waste as possible. Production will become cheaper and fewer jobs will be offered in the industrial environments, but those that do work will have higher wages.
Transhumanism will become a larger part of health care. E-health and M-health will develop to the extent that many if not all, minor diagnosis will be performed remotely though smartphones or similar devices. More and more individuals will choose smart patches and graphene plasters when performing minor surgeries thus elevating institutionalized health care and becoming more easy to follow and monitor at home. Patient will be more in tune with the quantified self movement. A new branch of professionals will be born called m-health staff (i.e. clinically trained engineers)