The countdown to the 2017 CES Las Vegas starts! The event is the most important in the world of technology which yearly gives the most revolutionary cars we see in the future. Checkout our 2017 CES Las Vegas preview here where Honda and Faraday Future will be two of the main attractions.
2017 CES Las Vegas Preview: Faraday Future Electric Vehicle SUV
The first Faraday Future Electric Vehicle can be seen in the 2017 CES Las Vegas. This will take the form of an SUV and aims to rival the Tesla Model X. From the aesthetic point of view it surprises people with headlights connected by a single strip of LEDs, which extends through the front contour area which can be seen at MotorAuthority.
It also includes a front grille with illuminated logo 'FF' in the center. The Faraday factory installed in Vegas, intends to market its first model and debut it at the 2017 CES Las Vegas. This feature electric motors mounted on wheels and a high - performance batteries that guarantee high autonomy of up to 500km.
2017 CES Las Vegas Preview: Honda Neuv The AI Urban Car
Also to be at the 2017 CES Las Vegas, is the Honda Neuv. A concept of urban vehicle equipped with artificial intelligence. The future technological way Honda will take into account factors and measures to reduce traffic congestion and create new modes of connectivity in the car .
Honda had already launch initiatives to partner with companies and global brands to create an experience more productive and enjoyable mobility with the Honda Neuv. There will be an actual "car" on the stand at the 2017 CES Las Vegasaccording to Cnet so one can experience the Neuv.
The most interesting in the Honda concept Neuv is that their artificial intelligence system will be called "emotion engine", which is basically a set of technologies that allow machines to artificially generate their own emotions or think smart. This will be a main attraction at the 2017 CES Las Vegas.
The press conference at 2017 CES Las Vegas will take place on January 5, 2017 and will feature a keynote address from Yoshiuki Matsumoto, President and CEO of Honda R & D, who will also present a concept motorcycle that aims to demonstrate an application of robotic technology of the company.