In the Korean automaker's conceptual vision, the house and the car of the future are two parts of one unit.
Hyundai's latest concept joins the connected car and the smart home... literally.
Called the Mobility Vision concept, this vision of the future converges mobile and living spaces.
The car -- or hyper-connected intelligent car, in Hyundai's parlance -- physically joins with the room space via an opening in the wall that matches its door portal.
The car totally integrates into the home and is able to share its seats with the room, its power with the grid and its air conditioning system with the home.
The home shares its data and network with the car physically when docked and virtually while on the road.
The vehicle was conceived in partnership with networking giant Cisco.
When its time to drive, simply hop into one of the seats, slide into the car and let it autonomously take you away.
The automaker envisions the car serving as a lounging or even a sleeping space when docked with the home.
The Hyundai Mobility Vision concept -- a concept car like no other -- will be displayed and demonstrated at CES 2017 this week.
HYUNDAI MOTOR DEMONSTRATES 'MOBILITY VISION' WITH HYPER-CONNECTED CAR AND SMART HOUSE
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