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LeEco concept car to drive itself, stream videoLeEco showed off its LeSee Pro concept car, touting its self-driving capability, electric drivetrain and, in keeping with LeEco's business model, streaming video for passengers.
[MUSIC] I'm here at [UNKNOWN] North American launch event in San Francisco where there's Video streaming company from China has just launched some telephones, some TVs and this, the [Lotus?] Pro autonomous electric vehicle. Now this is just a concept car like many concept cars we see at auto shows it's autonomous, it's electric and we really don't have a lot of information about SPECS. We can see some LED headlights here but there's no as for range, or power or Speed or anything like that. It's kind of good looking. You can see a little pod on top that [UNKNOWN] functions. Now a graphic on screen when they introduced this car had level three autonomy. Level five is full autonomy, level three is about what you get with auto pilot system. So probably no ground breaking autonomy here yet, but from what I understand it does move, it does work. It's a concept car. So the inside is plastic, from what I understand. We've got cameras for side mirrors. Now, as the Eco really makes their money off of Internet streaming, and has a whole cloud concept for this car, the idea is you would have information on your phone, or your TV, like destinations. You could walk into the car It'd connect to the cloud. Everything would be one ecosystem where you get all your information on every device. So with this car you can probably find streaming video, for the rear seat passengers for example. Which would mirror exactly what you'd get on your TV and your phone. They haven't mentioned much about the services like navigation and things like that. But you gotta assume they would have these in the cloud as well. No price on this yet. Again just a concept car [UNKNOWN] to look at what Echo is thinking for a future car.