Mitsubishi's New Electric Car Shows Off AR Dashboard in Concept Video «Next Reality
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Automobile Mitsubishi is ready to put those dangers into the foreground with augmented reality warnings on a heads-up display across much of the windshield of it's Mi-tech concept hybrid SUV. The fantasy car was previewed in a video this week at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Do not Miss: Auto AR Tech Company WayRay Sets Its Sights on Unicorn Status with $ 80M Funding Round Led by Porsche  In the video, the driver of the SUV cavorting through the outback uses the concept AR collision warning system to swerve around erupting geysers. Augmented reality alerts on the windshield warn the driver of collisions so they can react to the oncoming danger. Mitsubishi says alerts could Mitsubishi's New Electric Car Shows Off Dashboard in Concept Video ”
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Avoiding not just unwanted geysers, but other cars, optical sensors on the car's data to the vehicle's driver assistance system, according to Mitsubishi's concept vision.
Mitsubishi is clearly hoping to transform the image of the fiddly electric car into the all-terrain vehicle category so popular in the US market, and it is using to make us feel comfortable with the emerging auto tech.
However, while looking at the display of the complex hybrid, gas and electric powertrain entire engine status in view while driving does not seem very convenient. Mitsubishi is just as likely to be using this part of the video for hyping its revamped, smaller hybrid powertrain. The windshields are actually going into production, but the company did not confirm that it is planning to add electric technology to new midsize and compact SUVs by 2022.  Mitsubishi's New Electric Car Shows Off AR Dashboard in Concept Video ” width=”480″ height=”480″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>