Germans from Volkswagen have revealed their latest achievement, the new Golf RTouch concept and this took place at the 2015 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show. You now have the opportunity to see how future models might look like in the future as this is what the carmaker is trying to show us. The new concept coms with an improved infotainment system with support for gesture control and a very large touchscreen display. The only thing that needs to be done is to move the hand in front of the infotainment display to make human and machine interact. All layouts of the central touchscreen and the Active Info Display can be customized very fast. The process is quite similar to what happens with a tablet or smartphone.
At the same event, Volkswagen is also presenting the maximum networking potential of the car in the form of the Connected Golf. This will be equipped with the latest generation infotainment system and will incorporate a lot of apps, smartphones and tablets through its progressive interface management system. The i Charge shows how electric cars will be made more worth keeping in the future. Volkswagen also offers park assist which automatically guides the car into a parallel and perpendicular parking space. The Germans are presenting the Trained Parking which includes camera, mounted in the base of the rear-view mirror and this will scan a frequently used path into a parking space.
Just to make a better indea on what the Germans are up to and have a clearer image on their innovative ideas, please check out the photo gallery we have prepared for you.
|Volkswagen Connected Golf concept|
|Volkswagen Golf VI - First pictures|
|Volkswagen Golf R Touch concept|
|Volkswagen Golf GTI Dark Shine concept|
|Volkswagen Golf VII by Caractere Automobile and JMS|
|MTM Golf VI GTD|
|Volkswagen Golf R by ABT|
|Volkswagen Golf VII R by MTM|
|Volkswagen Golf Edition|
|Volkswagen Polo GTI 3-door|
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