Rinspeed Oasis Concept Coming To NAIAS And CES 2017

Posted: Dec 7 2016, 12:54pm CST | by , Updated: Dec 7 2016, 12:56pm CST, in News | CES

 

Rinspeed Oasis Concept Coming to NAIAS and CES 2017
  • Rinspeed comes up with Oasis Car sharing concept
 

Rinspeed Oasis car sharing concept to be presented at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and NAIAS 2017 in Detroit.

This year’s CES is coming bearing a lot of new and exciting concepts. The company named Rinspeed is going to launch a concept car that will work on sharing basis.

The car has been named Oasis and it will actually be an autonomous vehicle. This car will have the ability to turn on its own axis thus making it superior in turning anywhere you want.

The concept car’s front wheels will have the ability to turn on their axis making the car to navigate pretty easily in tight turns and difficult spots. This feature will also help the car to be parked in tight spaces in an easier way.

The windscreen of the car will be able to provide virtual and augmented reality technology both. The data analysis and illustrations will be placed whatever the data is being collected outside by the system.

The car will have arm chairs, a sideboard, a folding steering as it is an autonomous car and a side board as well. The car being an autonomous vehicle will have more space in order to provide comfort for the passengers seated inside.

The Rinspeed Boss, Frank Rinderknecht has design Oasis in a way that it has become a ride sharing car. The functionality and technology used in the car will allow the car to be shared between people.

The car will also be offered to carry parcels and to be used as cargo-carrying vehicle for urban parcel services. The vehicle will have smart facilities like that of alerting its owner’s Facebook friends about the availability for the car in order to get a ride. Thus it can be summoned via social media too acting as a personal assistant of the car bearer or user.

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