Byton reveals EV concept SUV for 5G future at CES 2018
The car features the world's first cost to cost chat experience.
Display, it's so complicated but So we use an abbreviation saying it's an SVD.
The dimension of the screen is 1 meter 25, by 25 centimeters, or 49 by 10 inches.
And also here, we have the first [UNKNOWN] into serious production.
There will be no other car out in 2019 having this technology.
An in addition to the very first shared experience display, the car features the world's first touchscreen on steering wheel going into serious production.
Also this plays into our principle of safety so that the driver can always interact with the vehicle in the direct field of vision.
Another dimension in our user interface of course is voice.
We are bringing voice interaction to the next level.
In combination with Amazon, we are going to integrate Amazon Alexa into our cars.
The combination of Emerson's expertise and voice interaction and cloud computing And Biton's experience in mobility management with intelligent digital platform, Biton life, will enable a very intuitive crack the voice into action, which will help people optimize all your activities.
Through this integration.
Amazon Alexa will be able to provide smart recommendations that will help you to make the most of your time.
Let's take a look at how this works.
I noticed your next charging location will be at the Bitton House at CES.
To save your time, do you want me to reschedule your Whole Foods package delivery to that location?
Yes, please reschedule the delivery to the Biten house.
Alexa, can you also add a pint of strawberries to the order?
Why don't you go ahead and add Amelia's favorite chocolate
Okay, I can add fresh strawberries and Amelia's favorite belgian chocolate with almonds to your order.
Do you want me to confirm that?
Okay, I have rescheduled your shipment and added strawberries and chocolate to your order.
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