It's that time of year when technology steals the spotlight at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Here's a roundup of some of the automotive news to come from this year's show including concept vehicles and an in-vehicle assistant.
Faraday Futures Unveils Its Tesla Rival
Electric carmaker Faraday Futures demonstrated its prototype all-electric FF 91 vehicle at CES 2017 on Tuesday. The four-door car can go from zero to 60 miles an hour in 2.39 seconds, executives say.
Nissan Wants To Remotely Pilot Self-Driving Cars
Nissan has introduced a new technology that allows a human operator to direct a self-driving car remotely from another location.
Chrysler Unveils Minivan For Millennials
Fiat Chrysler's new concept car features custom lighting, selfie cameras, and facial recognition to target millennials with families.
Honda NeuV Concept
Designed to create new possibilities for customers, the Honda NeuV (New Electric Urban Vehicle) is an automated EV mini-vehicle concept with artificial intelligence (AI).
Amazon Echo Is Coming To Ford Cars
Amazon's smart speaker Echo and voice assistant Alexa will soon be incorporated into Ford's latest models.
Toyota's Space-Age Concept-i
Toyota has unveiled a concept for a driverless car that makes a point of considering the driver (and those around him or her): the Concept-i.