Volkswagen’s Latest Concept Car Is Voice-Controlled

Volkswagen’s Latest Concept Car Is Voice-Controlled

Drivers operate the I.D. Vizzion by interacting with its digital chauffeur

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 february 2018

Car manufacturer Volkswagen‘s I.D. Vizzion concept car has no steering wheel or visible controls but instead allows passengers to interact with it using their voice. The autonomous driving automobile features a digital chauffeur with assistance systems that assume control of the vehicle.

The concept car drives, steers and navigates itself in traffic, enabling passengers to freely structure their time. Passengers communicate with a virtual host via voice and gesture control, which knows their personal preferences and adapts to them individually.


Lead Image: autonomous car via Shutterstock

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