The future of driving is... walking
The South Korean carmaker claims the vehicle could help emergency workers rescue people in hard-to-reach areas, in addition to being suitable for use in cities.
Who let the robo dogs out?
The brand imagines the autonomous canines would be driven around in Continental’s CUbE minibus before being released to do their rounds.
It wasn’t all good news for robots, though. The show's own humanoid bot was the victim of a driverless hit and run. Promobot was on its way to CES when it was "hit and destroyed" by a self-driving Tesla.
AI AI captain
Elsewhere at CES, brands demonstrated how artificial intelligence and virtual reality could be incorporated in transport.
Smile, winks, and kisses are just some of the expressions recognised by the wheelchair, which dictate its speed and direction.
VR = Vomit Remedy
The technology syncs the VR experience with the movement of the car in order to combat motion sickness.