If you like screens, you're going to love Bosch's concept car.

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The exterior is pretty neat, but that's not really the part that matters.

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What matters is the tech underneath it all, and how it attempts to provide the most personalized space possible.

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Hop into the car, and facial recognition will change the seat, mirror, HVAC and music settings to your tastes.

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There are screens for both driver and passenger, as well as a center stack that's also a large collection of screens.

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The screens provide haptic feedback.

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But touching a screen is so 2013.

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Bosch's concept car also packs a gesture control system that somehow also provides haptic feedback, although it's not entirely clear how.

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Gesture controls can be used for a wide variety of purposes, although they're still a bit clunky in everyday 2016 use.

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Cameras abound!

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Don't expect that steering wheel to ever exist. That looks painful to hit on the edge.

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The car can also access a variety of smart home features so that everything is ready for the first step through the door.

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