A few weeks back, Lexus introduced the world to the UX concept at the Paris Motor Show. The car maker only revealed one picture of the UX exteriors while giving a broad information about the interiors. The company described the same saying that UX would have "imaginative technologies for an immersive driver experience." Holographic 3-dimenstion display is what they meant by that. Lexus has taken a step ahead by reimagining the way a user interacts with a car. The company has clubbed infotainment and instruments to the third dimension and successfully embedded the same in its new UX concept.
Lexus says, crystal-shaped box in the centre console will act as an interface between users and the car. The box will display climate control and infotainment options in full 3D for the car occupants. It gets holographic treatment with a circle floating in the centre, displaying the information in both digital and analogue forms. Apart from the highly futuristic holographic display, UX’s interiors also get a bunch of revolutionary goodies. It gets electrochromic windows, which can be darkened or lightened according to the need. The dashboard on the passenger side gets a finned sound bar which can be removed. The company also added touch sensitive buttons and side-view mirror cameras, to make the UX concept look like a real pioneered glimpse of future.
It is really fascinating to dream of all this advance tech in cars, but we doubt it to be seen in production vehicles anytime soon. Stay tuned to Autoportal for more such auto updates.