Chrysler shows off new ‘Synthesis’ cockpit at CES
As auto enthusiasts, we often find the exterior of a car teased endlessly while the interior is often kept a secret until the last second. And then once a year, CES happens, and our focus quickly turns to a glimpse of what is arguably the most important part of a car for most motorists: the many touchpoints. between humans and machines. Chrysler will be among those who demonstrate their vision for future technology and in this case a little more.
Chrysler says it will be the standard-bearer for the company’s upcoming AI-based technologies that can both adapt to driver preferences and automate a number of functions — up to and including drive. Chrysler calls it “Advanced Technology for Real Life” and says it will “create smooth, efficient, and connected experiences between the customer and the vehicle.”
The performers themselves showed off the next generation of interior materials (“tan armchairs upholstered with a recycled arctic chrome-free trim embellished with a perforation-style perforation). unique constellation”) and design themes. Chrysler calls it “Harmony in Motion,” but rest assured it will stand still in all of its shows. Its simulation is intended to represent a day in the life of a typical owner. It optimizes driving routes during the day, coordinates with other smart ecosystems (home, phone, etc.) level 3).
Check it out at the Chrysler booth starting tomorrow, January 5.