Nio's got a very pretty concept on its hands.

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The Nio Eve is a concept that's less about driving and more about digital companionship.

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Its central feature is an artificial intelligence interface that turns the commute into an extension of one's life.

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The interior is laid out more like an office, with a single reclining seat and fold-out tables.

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There are only two doors, and they slide open like minivan doors.

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The car's glass can be used as augmented-reality displays, as well.

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As you might expect, this concept is both autonomous and electric.

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Nio plans to introduce a production model by 2020, but I'd expect plenty to change between now and then.

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One thing concepts don't have to deal with is federal safety standards, which their production models must adhere to.

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We'll see what happens in 2020, but for now, the Eve is one attractive concept car.

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