Future Mobility: 6 Vehicle Concepts On Display At The LA Auto Show
1/6 Audi e-tron GT
This sporty electric sedan concept debuted just two months after Audi's first electric model was announced. In just 3.5 seconds, the coupe can go from 0-60 mph and look amazing doing it.
2/6 BMW Vision iNEXT
The iNEXT concept is a vehicle whose interior design looks more like a living room than a car. With its "Shy Tech," this model definitely showcases the next generation of integrated smart technology.
3/6 Byton K-Byte Concept
This level 4 autonomous electric sedan can light up to warn pedestrians it's near and sports a 49-inch display where the instrument panel should be.
4/6 Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Cargo
This hippie concept is a charming throwback with some seriously contemporary tech upgrades. Volkswagen designed this electric van to revolutionize parcel delivery which means you could see one outside your door as early as 2022.
5/6 Renault EZ-Ultimo
The autonomous EZ-Ultimo, unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in October and now on show in LA, could take future you to a business meeting in ultimate luxury. Designed to be used in high-end ride-hailing services, this lounge-like vehicle may be more comfortable than wherever it is you're traveling.
Volvo made a very deliberate point not to bring any vehicles to Automobility LA this year when they instead brought a sign that read, "This Is Not A Car," to be center stage. Instead, the company brought an idea demonstrated through interactive exhibitions outlining the future of autonomous, electric, connected, and safe travel.