We have seen the future of self-driving cars, and it includes the Smart Vision EQ Fortwo. Once passengers step inside, they won’t find any physical controls, and that’s because the functions are controlled via a mobile device or voice input. An integrated 24-inch screen replaces the traditional dashboard, while the outer edges boast two smaller 4-inch displays. “The smart vision EQ fortwo is our vision of future urban mobility; it is the most radical car sharing concept car of all: fully autonomous, with maximum communication capabilities, friendly, comprehensively personalisable and, of course, electric,” said smart CEO Annette Winkler. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“The exterior features a Black Panel grille which can be used as a means to communicate with other road users, displaying for example information for pedestrians crossing the road. The doors are coated with a film than can be activated on demand as well. Instead of traditional headlights and taillights, the Vision EQ Fortwo uses LED displays that can take an eye-like shape up front and portray useful information on the rear. The electric powertrain is being fed by a 30kWh battery pack. When the car is not in use, it drives itself to a charging station for a fill up,” reports Car Scoops.