These days CES is more and more being employed as a worldwide showcase for carmakers to offer the world a quick look of the newest technological improvements they are operating on. And in 2018, Nissan, Toyota, Mercedes, and Honda are all seeking to make a huge impact at the tech-fest in Las Vegas. Certainly, plenty of different auto firms will be present, but the likes of Ford are being significantly extra tight-lipped regarding what they are conveying to the fest in comparison to the 3 Japanese auto majors and Mercedes.
Honda’s service at CES seems to be more related to robotics in comparison to cars in 2017, even though one of its robots displays an off-road driverless car idea that the firm claims is developed to support individuals in a broad series of work activities. All the robots of Honda are fraction of its 3E Concept, which is short-form for experience, empower, and empathy.
The aim of the Mercedes-Benz attendance at the fest will be the first appearance of a latest infotainment network for its smaller cars. Dubbed as the MBUX, or Mercedes-Benz User Experience, the new system adds in AI and is ready to start appearing in showrooms in cars as early as 2018. The German luxury maker will also be conveying along a lot of thrilling concept cars as well, comprising the Smart Vision EQ ForTwo city car concept, the Concept EQA electric hatchback, and the keenly expected Project One electric hypercar.
Toyota will also be offering an introduction to a latest infotainment network dubbed as Automotive Grade Linux that will be an open-source proposal by The Linux Foundation. Now, The Linux Foundation is the authorized authority of one of the initial programming languages of present computing. Nissan is going to be explaining its mobility tech strategies by conveying its IMx crossover for the first time to the U.S.