CES 2013 Cars
Forget about TVs, laptops, and obscure Chinese smartphones you’ll probably never see stateside. CES is here, and that means thousands of square feet of cutting-edge car tech. From the data spilling out of your car into the cloud to the driverless roads of tomorrow, we’re delving deep onto the show floor to bring you a glimpse into the future of automotive tech.
Imagine a world where you can swap out parts of your car as frequently as your smarphone case. Well, Ford's OpenXC program could be paving the way for such a reality,
Porsche is the latest carmaker to use Aha, which connects mobile devices and their content with a car's infotainment system.
Audi says extra speakers and some software trickery will create a higher-quality sound for its luxury models.
The future of autonomous vehicles is closer than you think, but according to Audi, it might be more "hands-on" than its name suggests.
Thanks to a partnership with Telenav, the much more accurate system from TomTom is now available to mobile users as well.
Audi's new MIB infotainment system will use a Tegra computing module to make it easier to update.
Auto tech took center stage at CES 2013, and Audi was on hand to discuss a number of its new innovative technologies coming soon to production vehicles.
At CES, Chrysler showed an upgraded version of its Uconnect infotainment system with Pandora, Slacker, iHeartRadio, and Aha connectivity.