Debuting just ahead of the Beijing Auto Show, this car imagines life when the driver gives up the reins.
The first concept from LeEco, formerly LeTV, is more down-to-Earth than Faraday Future's Aston Martin hypercar.
LeEco is one of the partners behind Faraday Future, the mysterious electric-vehicle startup.
It's also partnered with Aston Martin to develop an electric car based on the Rapide sedan.
This car, however, is the product of LeEco and LeEco alone.
While it's not a real car, it's closer than anything Faraday Future has produced yet.
The front fascia can display information like a screen.
The interior carves out separate spaces for each of its passengers.
The LeSee's steering wheel folds away when the car is in autonomous mode.
Its top speed is a surprisingly low 130 mph.
Of course, we have a long way between concept and production -- assuming this thing ever makes it that far.
The car will debut for the second time at the Beijing Auto Show this weekend.
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