Check Out GM's Driverless Car. It Has Radar and an Iris Scanner
Apr 22, 2015 13:20
GM just showed off its super futuristic self-driving vehicle and it is called the Chevrolet-FNR. It looks like someone traveled into the future and made a copy of it for today. Unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show, the vehicle looks almost TRON like.
It has crystal lasers that generate its headlights and taillights, and radar in the roof that scans its surroundings to avoid obstacles.
It is powered by magnetic hubless electric motors in each wheel.
Charges wirelessly too.
Plus it opens up like this:
The interior is illuminated by blue light, and lets you talk eye-to-eye with fellow passengers.
Too sexy for a driverless car? No such thing of course. Take my money now!
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