Tag: CES

Fisker Ocean’s ‘California Mode’ Lets The Sunshine, And Air, In

Fisker has finally revealed the ‘California Mode’ of its upcoming Ocean electric SUV. The mode, patented by Fisker, allows owners to open nine windows across the car’s exterior at the touch of a single button. This includes dropping all the side windows, opening up a panoramic sunroof (which is made up of solar panels) and […]

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Hyundai Mobis M.Vision S Concept Is An Autonomous Pod For The Future

<!––> <!––> Hyundai is preparing to unveil a Personal Air Vehicle at CES, but Hyundai Mobis is going in a different direction as they will introduce the M.Vision S concept. Billed as a more advanced version of last year’s M.Vision concept, the S is a fully autonomous concept car that embraces “shareable mobility.” The company […]

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GM Was Going To Unveil A New Vehicle At CES, But The UAW Strike Got In The Way

General Motors used the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show to unveil the Chevrolet Bolt and it appears the company was hoping to use the upcoming show to introduce another electric vehicle. Speaking with Motor Trend, GM’s senior vice president of global communications said the company was planning to unveil something at CES but “we could not get […]

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Honda’s Augmented Driving Concept Puts You In Control Of Autonomous Vehicles

Honda Xcelerator, the brand’s open innovation program, recently previewed four devices and technologies for CES, and now Honda is following suit by revealing plans to showcase new ideas of their own. The company’s first innovation is dubbed the Augmented Driving concept and it’s designed to address the transition to autonomous vehicles. As the company explained, […]

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Fisker Ocean SUV Debuting At CES, Gets 200 Miles Range In Just 30 Minutes

The long-awaited Fisker Ocean will premiere at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) at the start of January. In addition, the company has announced a partnership with Electify America that will provide Ocean owners with access to the largest open DC fast-charging network in the United States. From what we know of the Ocean, it will […]

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