These CES 2016 transportation innovations range from affordable electric cars that make commuting a more eco-friendly endeavor to personal mobility robots that help consumers navigate the urban environment with ease.
Although electric vehicles are nothing new, CES 2016 saw the unveiling of the world's first all-electric car with the release of the Chevy Bolt. There were also a number of other automobile innovations such as BMW gesture-controlled vehicle, Harman's autonomous car system and Audi's virtual dashboard. This kind of technology not only signals a change in the way that cars are produced, but also how we will drive in the near future.
Beyond the automotive industry, there are a number of CES 2016 transportation innovations that give consumers new ways to navigate the urban environment. These gadgets are designed to serve as an alternative to cars in places where owning your own vehicle may no longer be necessary. Some standout examples include a collapsible electric scooter, a smartphone-controlled skateboard and even a personal transportation robot.
From Affordable Electric Cars to Personal Mobility Robots
Biometric Driving Systems
At CES 2016, the Audi Fit Driver System Was Unveiled
Futuristic Electric Racecars
Faraday Future Debuted Its FFZero1 Concept at CES 2016
Smatphone-Controlled Electric Skateboards
The 'Blink-Board' Was Recently Unveiled at CES 2016
Cloud-Connected Electric Scooters
The 'Genze 2.0' Was Unveiled at Ces 2016
The BMW i8 Spyder Concept Will Be at CES 2016 and Feature AirTouch
Personal Mobility Robots
The Segway Robot is One Part Robot, One Part Scooter at CES 2016
Affordable Electric Cars
The Chevy Bolt Was Unveiled at CES 2016, Beating Tesla to the Finish Line
Autonomous Car Systems
CES 2016 Introduces Harman LIVS as a Life-Saving Automotive System
The 'Yunma EVELO' Recently Debuted at CES 2016
Autonomous Taxi Drones
The '184 Drone' Made Its Debut at CES 2016
Collapsible Electric Scooters
The 'Xcooter' is Set to Be Unveiled at CES 2016