CES 2014: Cars

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Toyota FV2 Will Read Your Emotions

The FV2 is essentially a pod with a diamond-shaped wheel array and Toyota says that the technology of the vehicle allows it to gauge the driver’s mood and suggest possible destinations.


Tesla on Display

A Tesla electric car is on display at the Panasonic booth at the 2014 International CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center on January 7, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Toyota I-Road

Along with it’s fuel cell vehicles, Toyota showed off its diminutive i-Road, a single-person, three-wheeled, rear-wheel-steering electric “car”. Not much bigger than a scooter, the i-Road tops out at 28mph.


Navia Self-Driving Shuttle

France-based robotics company Induct announced on Monday that its intelligent, electric and driverless vehicle is now available in the U.S.. The Navia shuttle will likely be used at public places such as airports, college campuses, theme parks or sports arenas to eliminate pollution and congestion, rather than at home.


Spark-Renault SRT_01E

Formula Es new fully-electric race car, the Spark-Renault SRT_01E, is displayed during the 2014 International CES on January 6, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Formula Es new fully-electric race car, capable of speeds in excess of 150mph, will compete in the new FIA Formula E Championship – the worlds first fully-electric racing series beginning in September.


Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight

The Audi Sport Quattro Laserlight concept car on display at the 2014 AUDI CES Keynote presentation. Aside from the futuristic headlamps, the car’s calling card is the combination of electric and gas motors — the latter of which takes it 90 miles per gallon — for a whopping 700 horsepower.


Toyota Fuel Cell Concept Car

The four-door mid-size sedan has no emissions, with the exception of water vapor, and is essentially an electric car without the need to be plugged in. The combination of hydrogen and air creates both water and electricity, which is then used to power the car. The vehicle is expected to go on sale in 2015.


Toyota’s Hydrogen Cell Fueled Car

Calling it the “car of the future,” Toyota said the vehicle will be a zero-emission, mid-size, four-door sedan with a driving range of at least 300 miles between refueling and a fill-up time of less than five minutes. No official price tag was announced, but it is estimated that the cost will range from $50,000 to $100,000.


Chevy Brings 4G LTE to Cars

Chevrolet announced it is bringing 4G LTE to its OnStar infotainment system. The 2015 Corvette Stingray has a performance data recorder which allows drivers to record hi-definition video and share with friends.


Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

Monster has teamed up with Lamborghini to create a special Monster version of the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster with a complete audio system supplied by the company. The speaker system, which cost around $50,000 to install, is a drop in the ocean compared to $4.5m price tag for the car.

via: Mashable




Saurabh Shukla

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