•   
  •   
  •   

Auto Shows FCA Airflow Vision concept greets CES with a futuristic interior

16:36  09 january  2020
16:36  09 january  2020 Source:   cnet.com

Volkswagen to unveil a new EV concept Nov. 19 in Los Angeles

  Volkswagen to unveil a new EV concept Nov. 19 in Los Angeles It coincides with the L.A. Auto Show and kicks off a VW exhibit at the Petersen MuseumVW offers no details on the concept, which debuts at a private event Nov. 19 during the press days for the L.A. Auto Show, except to say that it will be one of four ID. concept vehicles highlighted in the Petersen exhibit. Volkswagen is teasing the “Building an Electric Future” exhibit with a rendering of the ID.Vizzion, the futuristic Level 5 autonomous electric concept it unveiled last year that features no steering wheel and no pedals and is supposed to arrive between 2020 and 2022.

There, FCA designers poured their love and creativity into a futuristic user experience (UX) system. It's supposed to convey how future technologies will let Aside from the Airflow concept and all the Jeep hoopla, FCA will also have a Jeep virtual reality experience to trial. There, users will get a first look at

FCA Airflow Vision concept hints at the cockpits to come - Roadshow. And Jeep will also have a neat virtual reality experience for show -goers.

Fiat Chrysler is largely using CES 2020 to show off three plug-in hybrid Jeep models and a new "4xe" badge, but there's more. The automaker is also showing off this stunning concept: the Airflow Vision concept.

The Hyundai Vision T Concept Is Pretty Much the Next-Gen Tucson SUV

  The Hyundai Vision T Concept Is Pretty Much the Next-Gen Tucson SUV Just look past the cool lighting and grille treatmentSee more news from the Los Angeles Auto Show

Fiat Chrysler will largely use CES 2020 to show off a lot of Jeep news, including three plug-in hybrid models and a new "4xe" badge, but there's more. On Thursday, the automaker also said it will show this contraption: the Airflow Vision concept . There's no brand attached to the design study and the …

New Fiat Chrysler concept previews tech-laden MPV model - Pacifica-sized design study features futuristic interior and aerodynamically efficient body styling Fiat Chrysler will reveal its new Airflow Vision concept at next weeks Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ) as a preview of the next

There's no brand attached to the design study and the grille simply reads "Airflow" on the front. It's easy to see a little bit of Jeep Grand Cherokee influence in the nose, though the rear is very Aston Martin-like. FCA did share it uses the "dimensions and flat load floor" of a Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid. Perhaps it previews a future Jeep in some way, but all FCA shared was the fact it previews "future premium design." The real story is inside, however.

There, FCA designers poured their love and creativity into a futuristic user experience (UX) system. It's supposed to convey how future technologies will let drivers and passengers interact with the wild tech. Ahead of the driver is a simple screen that doesn't block any of the view ahead.

Airflow Vision Concept Revives a Grand Old Chrysler Name

  Airflow Vision Concept Revives a Grand Old Chrysler Name What a sophisticated car will look like in the future, according to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles: a sort of muscular retro-futurism and lots of screens.Even though CES, the annual technology show in Las Vegas, is undoubtedly forward-looking, Fiat Chrysler apparently thinks a shimmer of the past is the right way to go. FCA will show off a new "sculptural design concept" there next week. Interestingly, its name takes more than a little from the Chrysler Airflow, which was itself more than a little futuristic when it was produced back in the 1930s.

FCA Airflow Vision concept hints at the cockpits to come - Roadshow. And Jeep will also have a neat virtual reality experience for show -goers.

Out of nowhere, Sony has revealed an electric and highly autonomous concept car with a high-tech interior featuring a massive panoramic dashboard screen. While the tech giant does have a bunch of new products to show at CES this year from its typical area of expertise, the Tokyo-based company is

To the right is the center stack that features a large center screen and a second screen below it that tilts upward slightly. The photo depicts it showing the navigation map, but that's hardly the screen I'd want to look at while driving.

Good news then, because the multiple screens can display a wide variety of information. And if you want to pass something to another passenger, swipe the screen in their direction -- it'll land on a screen in front of them. That includes the front passenger seat, which also houses a couple of displays where we'd typically find interior trim today.

Screens can also be grouped and personalized based on the person sitting in front of them. Taking it all in, this isn't a very far-fetched representation of things to come.

FCA Airflow Vision concept hints at the cockpits to come

Originally published Jan. 2.

Update, Jan. 7: Adds new photos and information.

This was originally published on Roadshow.

The best automotive tech at CES 2020 .
Get fully connected to all the new automotive technology and trends at CES 2020

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!