10 January 2013 19:15 | By Richard Yarrow
CES 2013: Car technology of tomorrow

Visteon e-Bee concept car

Visteon e-Bee concept car (© Richard Yarrow)
  • Future car tech at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (© Richard Yarrow)
  • Head-up display sat-nav by Harman (© Richard Yarrow)
  • Wireless charging technology by Delphi (© Richard Yarrow)
  • Audi’s piloted driving technology (© Richard Yarrow)
  • The world’s largest in-car touchscreen? (© Richard Yarrow)
  • Gesture recognition control system from Harman (© Richard Yarrow)
  • Visteon e-Bee concept car (© Richard Yarrow)
  • In-car 3D surround sound by Audi and Bang & Olufsen (© Richard Yarrow)
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Visteon e-Bee concept car

We'€™re used to apps being a digital invention, but a technology firm has come up with ones which are slightly more solid. The e-Bee concept car is based on a Nissan Leaf and created by automotive tech firm Visteon.

If it went into production, the idea is you would buy a pack of storage solutions as accessories€“ which the company has christened 'physical apps'€™€“ to personalise it. Made of chunky white plastic, they would include cupholders, an iPad storage slot, a phone charger and even a coat hook. Each would attach to the car'™s dashboard, seat backs or a narrow central rail which runs between the front seats.


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