Rinspeed CES concept car features a cabin for every need
I here at CES, where Harmon is showing off the Wind Speed Snap concept.
Now, this could be the car of the future.
It's really flexible, because they separated the chassis and the cabin.
Over here, we've got an electrically driven self-driving chassis.
It's powered by NXP, and They can put any kind of cabin onto it.
It could be freight deliveries, it could be a right share cabin, it could be your own personal cabin.
But let's take a look at the right share cabin.
With the right share cabin this concept means that I could get picked up by this car, it'll take me where I wanna go, but also pick up to three other passengers Sit in these seats here.
And the cool thing here is that it's got facial recognition.
So it'll know who I am, it'll download my preferences from the Cloud.
And it's got a little touch screen here so I can choose what music I like, and if the other passengers have similar musical interests we can share our playlists as well.
The sound system in here is really good too, actually.
They've got a sound bar across the top.
It's a Lexicon system from Harmon.
They also have bass speakers integrated in the seats so you actually feel the music.
And that's something that may come into a car near us sometime soon.
This holds a lot of screens around the cabin and if I don't really wanna share with the other passengers, I can just fold this thing around.
I've got my own personal Screen.
It's actually got an iris recognition link too.
So if I've got secure information, it'll scan my iris and give me something only I can look at.
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