The Top 7 Most Futuristic Cars of CES 2017

 

As usual, this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada was full of innovation.

Drones, robots and virtual reality gadgets may have taken some of the spotlight, but the concept cars were debatably the heart of the show this year. Automakers use CES as an opportunity to showcase their latest and greatest, while also showing consumers they’re on top of the trends and looking to the future. Electric and self-driving cars were ubiquitous themes this year, but some cars were still able to elevate themselves from the pack.

 The Top 7 Most Futuristic Cars of CES 2017

1. Toyota Concept-i

The Toyota Concept-I may have been the most exciting car showcased at CES this year. According to Toyota, the vehicle is “Less of a machine. More of a pal.”.

Features: self-opening doors, self-driving, AI technology will allow car to interact with driver, voice-controlled capabilities

Image Credit: Toyota

Image Credit: Toyota

Image Credit: Toyota

Image Credit: Toyota

2. BMW HoloActive Touch Concept

This BMW concept car is packed with cool features and may have had the most futuristic body design at CES this year.

Features: BMW’s Sound Curtain, HoloActive Touch, widescreen dashboard display, self-driving

Image Credit: BMWBLOG

Image Credit: BMWBLOG

Image Credit: BMWBLOG

Image Credit: BMWBLOG

Image Credit: BMWBLOG

Image Credit: BMWBLOG

3. Honda Nuev

Honda’s NeuV — or as some are calling her “Hana”, because that’s the name of the car’s AI system — is perfect for the urban commuter and definitely a car of the future.

Features: advanced AI technology reads driver’s emotions, self-driving, comes with electric skateboard for “last mile” transport, sliding doors, large driver and passenger entryways

Image Credit: TopGear

Image Credit: TopGear

Image Credit: TopGear

Image Credit: TopGear

Image Credit: TechCrunch

Image Credit: TechCrunch

4. Nissan BladeGlider

The Nissan Blade Glider is a high-performance, zero-emission sports car.

Features: Intelligent Mobility, full-electric battery powertrain, suicide doors, top speed over 118 mph (190 km/h)

Nissan Bladeglider

 

5. LeEco LeSee Pro

The LeEco LeSee Pro has a look that just makes you say…”Wowser”.

Features: retractable steering wheel, self-driving, three in-car screens, 5-mode external light display

LeEco LeSee Pro

LeEco LeSee Pro

6. Mercedes Vision Van

The Mercedes Vision Van was created specifically for delivering packages. Oh, and the design is sleek as well.

Features: automated cargo space, drone landing pads on roof

Mercedes Vision Van

 

7. Faraday Future FF91

Despite the FF91’s failed self-parking presentation at CES and recent claims of the company’s financial difficulties, Faraday Future is heavily invested in bringing their futuristic cars to market.

Features: self-parking (sometimes), self-driving, 0-60 mph in 2.39 seconds, spacious interior

Image Credit: Engadget

Image Credit: Engadget

 

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