BMW is using this week’s 2017 Consumer Electronics Show to present a concept that previews a dashboard where the main interface is a hologram. Instructions are made either via voice or by making certain hand movements.
Toyota also has a concept at CES. Toyota’s concept features an artificial intelligence system that monitors road conditions and driver attention and can take over control of the car if necessary.
Ram’s 1500 Rebel is getting the special edition treatment. The vehicle debuts at the upcoming 2017 Detroit auto show and features black accents inside and out.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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