Chrysler 200C EV Concept Dashboard Is Straight Out Of WipeOut

Posted: Jan 12 2009, 6:27am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:34pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


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Chrysler unveiled at the subdued Detroit Auto Show 2009 the Chrysler 200C EV concept dashboard of the future.
The new Chrysler 200C EV concept is supposed to deliver unprecedented connectivity in the areas of convenience, socialization and synchronization.
Chrysler’s advanced connectivity system welcomes the driver, and operator-specific options display on-screen settings.
A next-generation navigation system features a link to city-street cameras, allowing vehicle occupants to view traffic situations in specific intersections, roadways and airport security terminals in real-time.
Much like an aircraft navigation system, real-time weather data is available to the driver.
Additionally, this advanced system can anticipate fuel efficient routes and provide route recommendations to the driver.

Using a format similar to existing web sites such as Facebook and Twitter, other vehicles can be added to Chrysler’s system which links “buddy” vehicles. Among other capabilities, this feature can show vehicle locations of friends, share directions and music, and provide “instant messaging” capabilities. Drivers can also create their own vehicle networking systems.

Now Chrysler just has to survive the current car industry crisis to actually be making this cool dashboard.
Via this Chrylser announcement.

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