A new prototype was presented by Volkswagen, the Gen.Travel as it calls it, with the German company describing it as the appropriate vehicle for the autonomous journeys of the future, since the car does not have a steering wheel or pedals.
It combines elements from sedan, MPV and minivan models, with upward-opening doors and Active Body Control (eABC) suspension that pre-calculates lateral and vertical movements such as cornering, acceleration and braking so that automatically optimizes the “driving” style and trajectory.
With the help of artificial intelligence, VW envisions a future in which fully autonomous driving (level 5) will be possible to maximize autonomy by driving as efficiently as possible.
Inside the VW Gen.Travel Design Study, up to 4 passengers can be transported, with the front seats being able to be converted into beds, while the hidden lighting adjusts accordingly to help passengers sleep more easily as well as wake up naturally.
There is a family setting that keeps kids busy playing augmented reality games during trips.
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