Cutting Edge Automobile Technologies At CES Asia

author image Monday 13 July 2015, 12:41 PM Automobile Technology

The 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) witnessed some cutting-edge automobile technologies that brought forward by some leading global brands like Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi, etc. For a detailed view, take a look at following summaries presented here:

Cutting edge automobile technologies at CES Asia
Cutting edge automobile technologies at CES Asia
  • Audi: The premium auto legend took best advantage of the 2015 CES auto show platform to showcase its R8 e-tron Piloted Driving concept. The concept is a blend of self-driving technologies and electric power. The coupe was bestowed with a wide array of video cameras, laser scanners, ultrasonic sensors, and radar sensors located on both rear and front seats. The concept model also carried a capacity to cover an electric range if 450kms in one go. It sprints from 0-100kmph speed mark in 3.9 seconds.
  • Mercedes-Benz: Mercedes also made its mark by presenting its futuristic autonomous driving concept car – the F 015 Luxury at the CES auto show. The new car is pretty light in weight and features exteriors carved with aluminum, steel, and carbon fiber. It gets powered by hydrogen fuel cells and the driverless model can easily rotate its front seat at 180 degrees allowing all passengers to face each other.
  • Volkswagen: Volkswagen joined the crew with its inductive charging technology. The technology allows electric cars to charge without cable wires. All one needs to do is station the car over a inductive charging platform. The level of charging can be easily detected by car’s external lights. Along with the, German legend also displayed its Golf R Touch that features a gesture control and infotainment system. All it needs is hand movement across the space given in front of infotainment system. It also controls some other important functions in car such as opening and closing of sunroof.
  • Lincoln: US’s luxury auto marquee showcased its latest MKX that will debut in Chinese market by end of this year. The new car is laced with 360-degrees camera that allows extra parking convenience.
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