Volkswagen’s Self-Driving Concept Car

Volkswagen’s latest vision of the future is a “subtly wedged shaped” electric and autonomous concept vehicle that looks a little like the portable cassette boom box players of the 1980s. Either that or a canister vacuum—minus the attachment.The fully autonomous concept is called Sedric—a combination of the words self-driving car—and has no pedals or steering wheel. The vehicle can be summoned with the push of a button and shuttle individuals to their destination, just like the human-operated services Uber and Lyft do today.

More info: Fortune

          

SEDRIC ? Individuelle Mobilität auf Knopfdruck: einfach, komfortabel, sicher und nachhaltig.The Volkswagen Sedric. Photo courtesy of Volkswagen 

 

The control element with a pushbutton and a ring with colored signals lets users call Sedric whenever it’s needed. 

 

Volkswagen CEO Mueller presents Sedric concept car during Volkswagen event ahead of the 87th International Motor Show at Palexpo in GenevaVolkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller presents Sedric concept car during Volkswagen event ahead of the 87th International Motor Show at Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland, March 6, 2017. Photo by  Arnd Wiegmann — Reuters 

 

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