The Customer Electronics Program in Vegas is fast becoming the platform for high-end automobile brands to display new models and high tech in addition to some future vehicle principles.
At the 2019 program which kicks off on the 9th of January Mercedes is set to expose a new CLA Class lorry featuring MBUX, Mercedes-Benz’s most current and biggest infotainment system.
Its AI-powered assistant can comprehend natural language commands, and Mercedes is teasing some new abilities including a system that “identifies operation requests on the basis of movements.”
Mercedes-Benz’s booth at CES 2019 will likewise showcase the car manufacturer’s most highly innovative items, including cars and principles new to the Australian market.
Their new teaser is quite minimal, displaying the CLA’s coupe-like roofline, and it’s reasonable to anticipate that it’ll be pretty comparable to the A-Class Sedan.
When it gets here late next year, the CLA will share its powertrain with the remainder of the A-Class variety, including two effective AMG models like the recently launched 225kW/400Nm turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder that stars under the bonnet of the new A 35 hatch.
The much more effective A45, on the other hand, is anticipated to come with more than 300kW and include the German car-maker’s innovative 48-volt mild hybrid technology.
Inside, the CLA’s cabin will share much with the A-Class and come with the innovative MBUX infotainment system.
They likewise plan to flaunt their EQC electrical SUV in the United States for the very first time. This car puts out 402 horse power and pail loads of torque.
Then there is the Mercedes Urban concept car.
This is a flexible self-governing van principle that consists of 2 parts, firstly there is what is called an electrical “skateboard” platform that can have a range of bodies slapped on top, depending upon its purpose.
It can operate as a people-mover throughout the day, turning to a freight van hauling bundles in the evening.
Audi will provide its strategies for the future of in-car entertainment with the introduction of a new infotainment system alongside a brand-new “mobile film theatre”. Both systems will be shown in a new e-tron SUV.
The German automobile maker claims that due to the increase of autonomous cars, drivers will have more “free” time behind the wheel. So, to prevent dullness, Audi has actually established a movie theatre style system that allows chauffeurs and occupants to enjoy movies and television programs offered by mobile streaming services.
They certainly have actually not heard of Australia’s stringent driving rules.