Audi to showcase production-ready Piloted Driving concept at CES
Audi’s Prologue concept car was unveiled in 2014
Audi is actually required to reveal a production-ready edition of its autonomous driving system at the Consumer Electronics Show early next year
Audi has announced plans to showcase a brand new concept car at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
Little is actually known about the concept, with Audi merely saying in which will be “offering an outlook on the automotive future, which will be influenced more than ever by the electronics field.”
Autocar understands the concept will feature production-ready autonomous driving technology, as well as the latest in safety in addition to accident avoidance systems. in which’s known in which Audi’s Piloted Driving system will make its global debut on the next-generation A8, which is actually due in 2017. So showcasing the system next year would likely appear to be perfect timing.
The brand new concept is actually unlikely to be a direct preview of the brand new A8, in addition to is actually more likely to be a general design showcase from the same vein as 2014’s Prologue concept.
The CES show in Las Vegas hasn’t traditionally been an event used to launch brand new concept cars, yet in which has risen in prominence in recent years. Faraday Future has also chosen the show to reveal its first concept car, which previews the firm’s planned Tesla style S rival.
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