Consumer Electronics Show has always been the melee of electronics goods. Be that as it may, the focal point has always been on the futuristic cars. The mega event that took place in the first week of January 2017 was a hotbed of automobiles. Want to know which concept cars stole the show this year? Let us find out!
Millennials are picking up more and more jobs that are location-independent and social media dependent. Who could have thought that this lifestyle could fire up the imagination of an automaker? Well, Fiat Chrysler took it seriously and introduced millennial-inspired vehicle that adds extra ‘space’ -to blend business with pleasure.
This car is autonomous and electric, so that, you won’t be occupied with driving while working.
How about driving a car that can move- based on your perception? With BMW i Inside Future concept car, this fantasy may come true. If you are a fan of sci-fi movies, then this 4-wheeled beast is just for you. Imagine drifting buttons over central dashboard inside a car? This can be started up by your mere finger development. The HoloActive Touch technology coupled with virtual UI (user-interface)-is the next-gen dream-machine.
In CES 2017, Hyundai has unveiled its autonomous car that is powered by two front line technologies– Ioniq and LiDAR system. While the former is based on the cruise-control methodology, the latter is focused on the detection framework. If you are still not used to USA’s complicated lane adjustment rule, then Ioniq has helping cameras, which will guide you to changing lanes- like a pro.
What set Hyundai concept car apart from other self-driving vehicles is – it’s low-on-production-cost. So it’s expected that the price of the final product will be comparatively reasonable.
Do you feel exhausted when you need to drive long and alone on a highway? Does blasting music make you awake behind the wheel? Then Toyota Concept-i should be your go-to vehicle. With this avant-garde model, Toyota has taken the Artificial Intelligence (or AI) technology to the new level. The embedded AI called Yui, that comes with Toyota Concept-i , can read your feelings and talk to you. It can fire up the music system when you are busy managing the steering.
Faraday Future is the new kid on the block in this year’s CES. Its futuristic FF91 model had blown away the attendees, with its front line concept. The electric SUV has a magnificence battery reserve capacity of 13-kilowatt-hr. The charging facility ensures that the car can be started up by any charging stand- saved for Electric vehicle.
It’s commendable for a younger company such as Faraday Future to beat an established name like Tesla, in horsepower category. While with its 1,050 hp FF91 can overcome 60 mph in 2.39 seconds, Tesla PPDD100 takes 0.05 seconds more than that.
Mobility, creature comfort and hassle-free power driving are the three pillars of any concept automobile. Now it’s time to see how well these products will be acknowledged by the market, once launched. Till then, take your pick and book in advance.