In a short press announcement, Honda announced the topic of their CES 2017 keynote presentation: “Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem”. Along with this, they dropped hints about their new electric concept, called the NeuV.
The NeuV will feature, what Honda calls, the “emotion engine”. This will supposedly enable machines to artificially generate their own emotions. Yes, that is really vague - we don’t really know what Honda will come up with, but we know for sure that this is a new system for in-car interaction with the riders. Perhaps it is something beyond the boring AI assistant that sits in our phones?
As the need for sustainable transportation increases, Honda is joining the club with a wide range of electric and hybrid cars. The company aims that by year 2030, two thirds of the cars it sells will be hybrid, fuel cell of electric vehicles.
We have to wait until January 5th, 2017 for Honda to announce the NeuV concept.
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