Concept cars are supposed to be funky, right? Well, this one certainly is.

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This is the Rinspeed Oasis, destined for this year's CES trade show in Las Vegas.

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It's electric and autonomous and meant for sharing.

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It's only got two seats, but it maximizes interior space for those two occupants.

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The windshields act as augmented-reality devices when the car is driving autonomously.

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The rear window becomes a display, because delivery services can drop parcels off inside the car.

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When it's not in use, it can broadcast its availability to locals who may need a ride across town.

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Rinspeed calls it an R2 droid on wheels, and it's not far off from that.

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I don't think it's allowed on the sidewalk, though.

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You can check out the Oasis concept in person at both CES and the Detroit auto show in early 2017.

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