BMW i8 Spyder

BMW officially unveiled its i8 Spyder Concept at CES 2016 this week. It features the AirTouch gesture-control system that enables passengers to operate the vehicle’s controls by simply moving their fingers over the dashboard display screens. The information is then transmitted back through a head-up display, the main instrument cluster and a giant 21-inch panorama display located in front of the passenger. Continue reading for three more videos and information. Click here to view more images.

“It’s unclear whether this kind of system would really be less distracting in practice than, say, a traditional touchscreen – but that may not matter much, considering that the i Vision Future Interaction concept is also ‘highly automated’ on command, putting it on par with a system like Tesla’s Autopilot,” according to The Verge.