JAN 04, 2023@17:30 WIB | 233 comments
Chrysler has unveiled the Architecture prototype cabin at CES 2023 as a preview of the future of their interior design and technology.
The cabin uses the latest technology platforms – STLA Smart Cockpit, STLA Brain and STLA AutoDrive – to create a consistent user experience. STLA Brain works closely with the Smart Cockpit information setup, which is a masterpiece thanks to its 37.2-inch front-row display area.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the ability to adapt and improve the user experience and even has the ability to learn what the owner wants. Thanks to over-the-air (OTA) updates, features can be quickly updated to keep cars up to date.
Technology lovers will be delighted with the virtual personal assistant that can combine multiple devices and more. The system has the ability to optimize routes or install updates automatically and can even help you with e-commerce operations.
The Chrysler Synthesis cabin is designed for autonomous electric vehicles. Personal assistants can recommend charging options and allow passengers to perform other tasks while the car continues to drive. The Hyundai Mobis Quick Menu Selection concept is similar to Chrysler’s Hybrid system in several ways.
Chrysler Synthesis also showcased STLA AutoDrive, capable of providing level 3 autonomous driving. Like other systems, AutoDrive can be constantly upgraded through OTA updates and can quickly add new features to improve security and improve capabilities.
We remind you that Mercedes-Benz has introduced level 3 self-driving, but this feature is only available in some markets at the moment. And Chrysler wants the next generation of cars to connect with their owners and has found a way to do that. The MyDay feature gathers important information in one place, allowing passengers to keep up with calendar updates, weather and vehicle-specific data such as payment status and travel plans.
On the other hand, virtual assistants can identify individuals through biometrics and provide welcome messages that can be tailored to individual preferences. A great feature that comes into play when driving autonomously is the ability to video conference with work and connect to smart home systems when you’re close to where you live.
Chrysler says the Hybrid is built with environmentally friendly materials and 100% no chrome trim. The seats, for example, are wrapped in plant-based upholstery, while the instrument panel is made from recycled plastic. A more sophisticated touch are the carpeted wooden floors which are said to be from an eco-friendly source.
Design-wise, Chrysler says the two-door layout was inspired by the Airflow concept, offering more style than the now-defunct 300 sedan. Overall, it’s clean and tidy without feeling harsh and certainly looks better than the current Chrysler cab stand.
“For nearly 100 years, Chrysler has been developing superior products and technology for customers, and Chrysler will continue that legacy of innovation as the first to launch the STLA Smart Cockpit in North America,” said the company’s Chris Feuell. [ibd/zz/timBX] various sources