Chrysler’s CES 2023 Concept Is an Artificial Intelligence-powered Dashboard
Chrysler announced the unveiling of its futuristic Synthesis interior concept at CES 2023. This year’s attendees Computer electronics exhibition in Las Vegas will be able to preview Chryslerits self-imagined future begins January 5. The two-seat Synthesis may lack doors, windshields and a roof, but its design is immediately reminiscent of a broken spaceship. structure. The demonstration is intended to be a representation of the design language and advanced technologies possible in Chrysler automobile production in the near future.
At the heart of Synthesis is the AI-powered trilogy Stellantis technology platforms are collectively known as Advanced Technology for Real Life. Chrysler will be the first Stellantis brand to launch all platforms in North America, STLA Smart Cockpit, STLA Brain and STLA AutoDrive. These three platforms aim to work in tandem to give customers a near-easy driving experience.
The STLA Smart Cockpit is the most prominent of the three. It appears in the General as a 37.2-inch infotainment system that can also be an entire dashboard. Behind the screen is STLA Brain, advanced AI software. Chrysler claims that the AI can learn the owner’s user interface preferences. The software can also sync to the owner’s digital device for calendar integration and automatic route planning.
Speaking of route planning, this is where STLA AutoDrive comes in. Chrysler claims that the STLA AutoDrive will offer Level 3 autonomous driving and will allow “no need to take your hands off the wheel and no need to keep an eye on the road”. The automaker also claims that its AI can also locate parking spaces and charging ports. But as the name of the platformer suggests, I’ll have to witness it in real life before I believe it.
Synthesis’s luxurious interior is 100 percent sustainable. The seats are upholstered in vegetable-tanned leather and the dashboard is crafted from 100% post-industrial and oceanic plastic. The Synthesis’s matte black exterior finish is also appealing despite the showman’s quirky body design. “The Chrysler Synthesis on display at CES 2023 represents the future of design, technology and customer experience for the Chrysler brand, by showcasing customer-centric design,” said Chrysler CEO Chris Feuell. centered and intuitive, seamless connectivity technology for real life.”
The future laid out by Chrysler in the General is ambitious. The automaker plans to launch its first battery-powered cars by 2025 and have an all-electric lineup by 2028. Synthesis is Chrysler’s first impression of a new era, but only Only time will tell if the Detroit brand can live up to its vision.