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The Bosch connected car at CES 2016 is connected to your home and works as a personal assistant.

Photo by: Bosch

Yeah, it's a cool looking vehicle, but it's just a shell to showcase Bosch's connected car technology.

Photo by: Bosch

The car of the future includes easy switching between manual and autonomous driving, in this case accomplished by merely touching your thumbs to the steering unit.

Photo by: Bosch

The lower center panel features haptic feedback for easy selection of music, climate, and navigation.

Photo by: Bosch

Drivers can access functions like climate control without even looking. A sweep to full blast and the button gives out a haptic bump, letting the driver know the maximum has been reached.

Photo by: Bosch

While in automated mode, drivers can take a Skype call or get other tasks done.

Photo by: Bosch

Swiping left or right will bring up different functions, while rotating a finger clock-wise will switch within screens of the same function.

Photo by: Bosch

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