CES 2016: BMW shows off gesture-controlled concept car

CES 2016: BMW shows off gesture-controlled concept car

BMW is showing off a concept car at CES that lets its occupants use hand gestures to control its entertainment system and heating, and even send commands to their smart home kit from afar. The idea is to let the owners have a more relaxed experienced when the vehicle is in self-drive mode. The automaker’s head of user experience Holger Kampf showed the BBC’s technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones how it works.

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2016 Nissan Sentra debuts at the Los Angeles Auto Show

2016 Nissan Sentra debuts at the Los Angeles Auto Show

Nissan’s popular Sentra compact sedan upgraded for 2016 model year with revised exterior styling, refreshed interior and added content New exterior redesign reflects Nissan’s new design language – closer in look and feel to the bold new 2016 Maxima and redesigned 2016 Altima Available technology includes NissanConnectSM Services powered by SiriusXM® (SiriusXM®subscription required, sold separately), Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), Forward Emergency Braking (FEB), Blind Spot Warning (BSW) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) Pricing starts at $16,780 MSRP* LOS ANGELES – Following major revisions of the Nissan Maxima “4-Door Sports…

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Infiniti QX30: A premium active crossover for all purposes

Infiniti QX30: A premium active crossover for all purposes

QX30 debuts as a new premium offering for global markets Combines crossover appearance with signature Infiniti design cues Delivers a confident drive and versatile attitude, aided by intelligent all-wheel drive Intuitive technologies enhance safety, comfort and convenience Part of first Infiniti production in Europe, at new facilities in Sunderland, UK Simultaneous world premieres at Los Angeles and Guangzhou motor shows LOS ANGELES – The Infiniti QX30 premium active crossover is making its simultaneous global debut at the 2015 Los Angeles and Guangzhou international motor shows – signalling the next phase…

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Volvo Cars unveils Concept 26, delivering the luxury of time

Volvo Cars unveils Concept 26, delivering the luxury of time

Nov 18, 2015 – Volvo Cars’ ongoing research into autonomous driving has confirmed what we all know – that the daily commute is taking the joy out of driving. It is during the commute and on long-haul motorway trips that people are most willing to delegate the act of driving to their car. With this in mind Volvo has developed Concept 26, named to reflect the average daily commute to work of 26 minutes – time that could be spent doing something more meaningful than sitting in stop-go traffic. Volvo…

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