Honda has announced a conceptual new model Augmented Driving ConceptDecember 19, 2019
At the CES Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Japanese brand will also show the Honda Augmented Driving Concept.
Augmented Driving Concept is a concept of augmented (or extended) driving, providing for a “smooth transition from autonomous to semi-autonomous driving mode.” The car has an autopilot with eight levels of interference in the driving process – from fully autonomous to manual. A non-standard steering wheel that has become part of the interface also stands out.
Integrated sensors monitor the behavior of the motorist all the time and smoothly turn on the driving mode necessary for a particular moment in time.
The car is a 2-door convertible with a trimmed windshield in the style of a speedster. The front end is particularly distinguished by the presence of round headlights. The interior is very minimalistic: 2 rows of seats, an almost complete absence of buttons and an infotainment complex. The only place the driver interacts with the car is the steering wheel.
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