2011 Consumer Electronics ShowThu, 06 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
The pace of development in the world of consumer electronics – particularly touchscreens, Smartphones and tablet devices – is increasingly influential on the world of automotive design. So with the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, we thought it high time for Car Design News to attend.
Below are a few articles hailing from the world's biggest electronics trade show. Click on the title to visit the main article.
Audi at CES 2011
Audi is aiming to position itself as the leader in in-car electronics. The automaker is working on augmented reality head up and 3D cockpits displays, and has already integrated NVIDIA's very latest Tegra 2 super processor to power the HMI of the next A3.
Hyundai at CES 2011
Hyundai unveils its new OnStar rivalling Bluelink technology and provides a number of HMI and display technology surprises at CES 2011 in Las Vegas
Ford at CES 2011
Ford has been the automotive darling of the Consumer Electronics Show for several years now. On Friday morning, Ford CEO Alan Mulally made a historic third keynote speech, during which he introduced the new Focus Electric and a host of new supporting technologies.