The South Korean manufacturer of technology for household appliances, LG, presents a vehicle that will be present in the future at CES which they call the Omnipod.
The car, which is considered an autonomous vehicle, will “blur the difference between a home and a car”. LG says that the Omnipod can function as an office, home, entertainment center and even a lounge.
LG hasn't talked much about this concept vehicle, it can be seen from the images circulating that there are swivel front seats and a widescreen display popping out of the dashboard.
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Reported from CarsCoops, Thursday, LG, which focuses on household appliances, is described in this Omnipod by displaying many household appliances such as refrigerators and coffee makers.
There's even a workable clothes rack, so you can turn it into something nicer when you get to your destination. This model also features cinema and fitness modes.
In addition to the Omnipod, LG is showing a “Soft V2X” app that helps pedestrians and cyclists share information with nearby vehicles. Thanks to the sharing of speed and location data, users can be notified of potential collisions ahead of time.
The company also introduced a digital cockpit, which is basically their version of the Mercedes MBUX Hyperscreen. It is a full-width display consisting of a digital instrument cluster, infotainment system and a screen for the front passenger.
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