The electric car is coming, which focuses on content production and social media

Yes, you read that, the Indi EV in Los Angeles is intended to be a rolling office and entertainment center.

The Los Angeles Auto Show, one of the automotive industry’s longest-running expos, will take place Nov. 19-28. At this year’s show, a novice local manufacturer, Indi EV, founded in 2017, also showed off its first model, the Indi One.

The special feature of the electric SUV is that it sees relocation as just an inconvenience to overcome, so it does its best not to have to interrupt our daily routine while traveling, which is the equivalent of a continuous online presence for more and more people today.

“We’re introducing the Los Angeles-born Indi One. The electric vehicle that doesn’t ask you to take a break from the game of life when you’re inside.”

– advertised by the manufacturer since October website, and at the LA Auto Show, we learned more about the four-wheeler on display as a concept.

Underneath the hood of the Indi One is a high-performance 5G computer that works with a voice-controlled system, three cameras and three dashboard displays, among other things.

Owners of a well-stocked car will stay in touch with social media on the go, continue working, edit photo and video content, and even spend time playing video games.

“In this car, we focused on content creation capabilities. Take the constant IoT[InternetofThings-[InternetofThings-internet of things) and pass it on to passengers. That’s what we wanted to build in the car itself. “

summed up the philosophy of Indi One by Mashableis a spokesperson for the brand. Indi EV also said the production prototypes were ready, but a static model was brought to the show with only a demo running on its displays.

In any case, the manufacturer claims that the SUV will be launched by the third quarter of 2023, which may be helped somewhat by the fact that chief designer Andre Hudson has previous experience at Hyunda-Kia and brand manager at Audi, Ford and Faraday Future.

A The Verge October article, however he pointed outthat the founder of Indi EV is a Chinese businessman named Shi Hai, who has been sued three times in connection with his other business, the game development studio Snail Games, on charges of racial discrimination, wrongful dismissal and theft of workers’ salaries.

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