Hyundai's Mobility Vision concept literally connects the car to the home
This bizarre room car hybrid I think is one of the most interesting unveils at CES.
It's Hyundai's mobility vision concept, and it basically imagines what happens when the car quite literally connects to your smart home.
As you can see over here, their conceptual car basically docks with the room, integrating with the home and becoming a part of the living space They're really connected and totally integrated.
So if your power goes out, the hydrogen fuel cell on the car can supply power for an emergency.
Or if you've got guests over, you can use those seats as sort of a lounging area for people to hang out, or an entertainment area.
They're also connected virtually, sharing their network, so that the vehicle is always connected to the home, whether you are docked or on the road.
And when it's time to hit the road, you just hop into one of those sits, spin on around and let the autonomous car drive you away.
This is a very bizarre look at the future of the convergence of garage spaces, living spaces and mobile spaces.
And I think it's remarkably cool.
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