Volkswagen Reveals Futuristic AI Driverless Concept Vehicle

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March 6, 2018—On Monday, Volkswagen unveiled a futuristic driverless concept car that uses artificial intelligence to drive its users around, USA Today reports.

Featuring a holographic interface, no steering wheel and a climate-control system that adjusts the temperature based on occupant body temperature, the Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion debuted Monday at the Geneva Motor Show.

This won’t be available for sale anytime soon, but VW says the I.D. Vizzion is “a vision of what may be possible by the year 2030.”

"The concept car drives, steers and navigates autonomously in traffic, enabling passengers to sit back and enjoy the ride," VW said in a statement. "A virtual ‘host’ knows the personal preferences of the vehicle guests and it adapts to each of them individually."

VW said the vehicle would be equipped with artificial intelligence, known to many as "machine learning," to "recognize, evaluate and interpret patterns" and improve its performance on the road.

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