Nearly 200,000 people and 4,500 companies from around the world have converged on Las Vegas for the annual geek-fest known as CES. As in past years, the auto industry is well represented at the electronics expo, which ends tomorrow.
A concept “transparent hood” makes the front end of your vehicle seem to disappear, as if you’re looking straight at the ground.
ZF considers its coAssist system as Level 2+ because its technology allows for driver-initiated automated lane changes. Testing in a Buick Regal this week at CES shows more work must be done before the system is ready for market late this year.
New four-seater showcases Avatar-inspired design lineage and hologram-based interior interface expected to appear on production models in the distant future.
Ac2ated Sound, which replaces conventional speakers with small, lightweight actuators placed in the interior, could go into production in as little as two years once the first customer is secured, Andreas Sennheiser says.
“Over-the-air capability gives automakers the ability to manage the capability of the vehicle over its life,” executive Nakul Duggal says.
Is it legal to sell cars, circumventing the entrenched, franchised new-car system, even if some dealers are partners? Byton is confident it is.