Set to be officially revealed at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Honda’s Augmented Driving Concept is essentially a two-door convertible with a speedster-style windshield. Its ultra minimalist interior boasts two rows of bench seats and what appears to be an augmented reality steering wheel of sorts. Unlike traditional steering wheels, this one can also be used to control throttle and braking, as in you push forward to accelerate and pull it back to decelerate. Read more for a video and additional information.
How do you start the car? Just tap the top of the steering wheel twice. Honda says that there are eight levels of autonomous driving and sensors placed inside this concept will continuously read the user’s intention to smoothly shift between these modes, creating an instinctive driving experience.