Rinspeed Senso At Geneva Motor Show 2005

Posted: Feb 7 2005, 1:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:27pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 

Rinspeed Senso at Geneva Motor Show 2005
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The Swiss Porsche Tuning Car Company Rinspeed is set to impress again at this years Geneva Motor Show starting March 3rd with the Rinspeed Senso concept car.

The Rinspeed designed the Senso concept car with Rinspeed and Bayer MaterialScience.

From the Rinspeed Senso Description:
"The "Senso" "senses" the driver and adjusts to him/her. This is especially important as the risk of an accident is significantly reduced if the person behind the wheel is relaxed and wide awake.

This project also involves a sophisticated system of sensors developed by the Universities of Zurich and Innsbruck. Smart Surface Technology, a new 3D-formable electroluminescent film from Bayer MaterialScience and the Swiss electronics specialist Lumitec, uses biometric data and other information to create an appropriate level of light for the driver, thereby having a positive effect on him/her."
More details and photos on Rinspeed.

The Rinspeed Senso Last year Rinspeed showed the Rinspeed Splash a high-speed swimming car with wings. See also the Rinspeed Bedouin.

Update 02/15/05:
Now photos of the Senso are available.

More Cars from the Future:
Eliica Electric Car accelerates faster than a Porsche 911 Turbo
Hallucigenia 01 Car Concept
Audi RSQ



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