We're wrapping up CES [UNKNOWN] I am beat.
But not so beat that I can't share with you the best five concepts that debuted here the show.
Let's start with a Mercedes Benz AVTR.
A concept vehicle built in partnership with James Cameron, whose avatar.
[INAUDIBLE] series of films.
And like those films, it looks like nothing you've ever seen before with crazy light-up wheels and perhaps my favorite feature, bionic flaps.
You should check out our video and see exactly what they do and for an interview with James Cameron himself Next up is the BMW i3 Urban lounge.
Now on the outside, it doesn't look very much different from a regular i3 but on the inside it's been transformed into luxury transport for one.
BMW in business these as compact electric urban ridesharing for one with a luxury twist.
In fact, they're giving people around Las Vegas rides in them here at the The show.
Actually we got an autonomous ride.
Check out our video to see more about that.
Now the concept that nobody saw coming was the Sony vision one.
Yes, a concept car built by Sony.
The fully electric sedan is pretty much just a showcase of Sony's in dash and safety technologies, and we got to look at the inside of this car and it's just as impressive as the outside and definitely worth a look.
Meet the Lightyear One, a fully electric vehicle that harnesses the power of the sun to enhance its range.
It looks amazing to with a fully functioning interior.
You're gonna wanna check out our video to get all the specs on how the solar works.
Works and maybe do your math yourself to see if it's actually viable.
Where our last concept is going, you don't need roads.
And that's because Hyundai has partnered up with Uber elevate, to create an air taxi the SA-1.
This five-seater flying vehicle is capable of electric vertical take-off and landing, has a range of around 60 miles, and a top speed of around 200 miles per hour.
Check out our full video for even more details about this interesting vehicle from Hyundai honorable mention goes to the Fisker ocean and electric SUV that promises to be less expensive than Tesla's model three if they can actually build the thing.
Now we've got links to all of these vehicles in the description below if you want to check out the rest of our coverage of CES [UNKNOWN], or even more debut that maybe didn't make this list.
They're just as awesome, trust me.
But before you go, we'd like to know what's your favorite debut of the show?
Let us know in the comments below.
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