Rinspeed XchangE Driverless Tesla Model S

Feb 21, 2014

Category: Rides

The brainiacs at Rinspeed have chosen to chosen apply their futuristic funk to a Tesla Model S, turning it into an electric vehicle that represents “the future of autonomous driving.”

Debuting at the Geneva Motor Show, the XchangE is taking the concept of driverless car to the extreme. Don’t worry about being a backseat (or front seat) driver to your AI’s road handling; in the XchangE you’ll be too busy gazing at any of the four screens in the vehicle, including a 32-inch 4K monitor in the back. How will you see it? The seats have been redesigned to slide, tilt and even swivel, so you can turn your back to the road and focus on that intense curling match on NBC. The steer-by-wire system lets the steering wheel slide to the middle of the dashboard, giving you plenty of room to kick back.

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