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Auto Shows The best automotive tech at CES 2020

16:37  09 january  2020
16:37  09 january  2020 Source:   motoringresearch.com

Karma Automotive debuting SC2 concept and Revero GTS in L.A.

  Karma Automotive debuting SC2 concept and Revero GTS in L.A. SC2 previews coming design language, Revero GTS delivers more speed post.metadata.leadImageDesc Karma Automotive continues its slow-burn return to mainstream awareness. The California-based EV maker showed the SC1 Vision Concept roadster at Pebble Beach this year, and has now teased a follow-up called the SC2. To be revealed at Automobility L.A. during the L.A. Auto Show on November 19, we can only make out a few details from the top-down shot. The SC2 puts a roof over the cabin, and exchanges the SC1's scarab doors for gullwing openings.

CES (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show ) is one of the biggest technology events of the year. Held in Las Vegas, CES has become a beacon for car Join us as we investigate the biggest automotive announcements at CES 2020 . More cool car tech on Motoring Research

CES (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show ) is one of the biggest technology events of the year. Held in Las Vegas, CES has become a beacon for car Join us as we investigate the biggest automotive announcements at CES 2020 . More cool car tech on Motoring Research

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.

Bosch creates a sun visor that automatically blocks the sun

  Bosch creates a sun visor that automatically blocks the sun The Virtual Visor could reach productionThe Virtual Visor takes the form of a rectangle that swings down from the headliner to block sunlight, but the similarities between it and the sun visor in your daily driver stop there. It's a transparent LCD screen that uses an occupant-monitoring camera to track shadows across the front passengers' faces. Artificial intelligence then identifies facial features, like the nose, the ears, and the mouth, and uses this information to tint only the parts of the visor through which sunlight hits the passenger's eyes, creating a shadow that looks like a robotic Venetian mask. The rest stays transparent.

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Automakers use the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to get creative. Sometimes the results can seem a little too creative — we don't expect to see connected streetlights or adaptive sidewalks, as some Edmunds' experts pick the top automotive features from the 2020 CES show.

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.

Lamborghini Huracan Evo gets Amazon Alexa tech at CES 2020

  Lamborghini Huracan Evo gets Amazon Alexa tech at CES 2020 It's programmed directly into the native infotainment system , rather than adding it as a third-party app, Lamborghini claims it achieved seamless integration that lets drivers control an extensive list of functions in the car, and in their home. If your butt is cold, you can ask Alexa to turn on the heated seats. You can also make calls, turn the map lights on or off, get directions, check the weather at your destination, and set the A/C, among other things.

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Well , kind of. Automotive supplier, with the help of the audio experts at Sennheiser, have developed a new sound system that can emit sound from various At CES 2020 , Byton's M-Byte greeted potential US customers for the first time, and showed a new partnership to bring lots of entertainment options

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.

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Your Next Car Could Have a Bendable Screen Like This One .
Your Next Car Could Have a Bendable Screen Like This OneThe two technology drivers that allow this concept to work are a patented hinge design that allows the assembly to rotate along a prescribed path without straining the lens material, and the lens material itself, which is very thin, very strong glass (think Gorilla Glass or similar). The glass is sufficiently scratch-resistant, thin enough to bend without fracturing, and reportedly possesses the impact strength to meet head-impact crash-safety requirements.

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