Top Concept Cars of 2016

© Rod Hatfield, TheNowDevice© Rod Hatfield, TheNowDevice
Audi h-tron quattro
The h-tron also provides a test bed for the latest in autonomous driving and parking — features expected to go into production next year with the new-generation Audi A8. The system computes a model of the car’s surroundings in real time and makes this information available to the assistance systems, which aid in parking or in stop-and-go traffic on freeways at speeds up to 37 mph. Another advanced technology in the h-tron incorporates multiple large OLED displays in front of the driver — wafer-thin films that can take on virtually any shape. The driver controls the lights and systems for autonomous driving with one of the screens, while the large display on the right is for managing media and navigation.
Future Plans: This car as seen today will not become a production model, and fuel cells are still lacking an infrastructure to be feasible; however, many of the autonomous driving systems and some styling cues will certainly make their way into upcoming Audis.

<Slide 5/83>