Chinese automaker GAC shows off Entranze concept in Detroit
Well, Chinese automaker GAC has not even launched a car in America, and they're already showing a concept here at the Detroit Auto Show.
Dubbed the Entranz, this seven passenger vehicle is all-electric and autonomous, of course it is.
And it's made with the great American road trip in mind, all the way down to the dice hanging from the rearview mirror.
So what Americans apparently want with their road trip vehicles is space, lots and lots of space.
So they've moved these massive 24 inch wheels all the way out to each corner, and they've got a large side door so you can pile in at least three members of your family at one time.
And speaking of three, did you see this bench seat in the front?
I mean, there's room for three in the front row.
I haven't seen a front row bench seat since my grandpa's 1964 For pickup.
Another creative seating option is the rocker panels that fold down into a bench so that you can just hang out at your roadside picnic.
And if you look inside here, you'll notice it looks a little bit like a giant wine bottle.
It's all glass and tons of cork.
And of course there are screens galore, by the steering wheel, on the dashboard.
They are everywhere.
And GAC doesn't really plan to bring this car to market in fact we wont see anything from the company until 2020 at the earliest when they bring their three row SUV to the States.
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