Honda brought its NeuV concept to CES 2017, showing off how it thinks future mobility systems could work. The name stands for New Electric Urban Vehicle, and it is intended to address the issue that personal cars sit parked 95 percent of the time.
Although Honda isn't specific about the drivetrain, the NeuV is an electric vehicle. Honda touts the fact that it can feed electricity back to the grid when necessary. As such, electric vehicles could serve as de facto energy storage, filling a gap in the grid not currently addressed by power companies.
The big screen in front shows what Honda calls the Honda Automated Network Assistant (HANA), which runs an "emotion engine." That means it reacts to what it perceives to be the driver's current state of mind, proactively suggesting music and drive routes. It might even book a therapist appointment.