The fully autonomous cars by Delphi will drive in at Vegas while featuring the latest in car tech. Delphi is taking active safety and automated driving to the next level using vehicle-to-everything – V2E – capabilities at CES 2016.
Delphi is going to debut their fully autonomous vehicles next month at CES 2016. The Consumer Electronics Show event will take place in Las Vegas during the first week of January.
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The self-driving cars by Delphi will also feature the latest in-car features. The cars by Delphi are proof that automotive suppliers are a leading force. The advent of the cars at CES is another move to push the automotive technology forward.
More importantly the autonomous cars will come packed with innovative in-car tech. One of the features in the Delphi cars is control through eye movements and hand gestures.
Cockpit temperatures and radio stations could be changed through the gestures. The Delphi car will also feature a 3D digital instrument cluster. The cluster can customize to seem like a 2016 Chevrolet Corvette or 1960s Mustang.
Even the cup holders are innovative as they can charge smartphones wirelessly. Furthermore the Delphi car will come with a fully autonomous Audi SQ5. The Audi SQ5 has been retrofitted by Delphi so it can interact with other cars.
“We imagine a world with zero traffic accidents,” said Jeff Owens, Delphi chief technology officer. “To get there we will need a convergence of active safety, sensor fusion, connectivity platforms and advanced software. Delphi has proven we are the only company that has the right mix of all of these.”
The autonomous Delphi car will hit the streets of Las Vegas as part of CES 2016. Delphi has been working on to develop the microchips, sensors and radars for autonomous cars.
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Delphi has been providing all these technologies to major car brands. Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles are customers of Delphi.