- Posted by Fabianne Rico
- On January 7, 2017
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So many innovations at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. One of the most important we’ve seen so far has been from the Chinese-owned, LeEco and their prototype, self-driving electric car called the LeSee Pro.
From the light up wheels to the giant dashboard interface, the objective for the vehicle’s design seems to be aimed towards making the car as futuristic as possible to truly remap the future of mobility as it says on LeEco’s website.
The Lidar system mounted on the roof enables self-driving technology, throwing their hat in the autonomous car ring as many other companies are working tirelessly to perfect it.
The design of the car looks closer to a spaceship from Star Trek than something we’d see on the road anytime soon. This means a lot of billionaires (especially the Silicon Valley ones in our neck of the woods) will be ready to front the steep price tag, which is expected to go well over $200,000.