Chrysler is previewing its future technologies at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas with the Synthesis Cockpit demonstrator. Chrysler says that the Synthesis demonstrates the technologies in its future interiors and the sustainable interior design, which Chrysler calls “Harmony in Motion”.
The Chrysler Synthesis features the brand’s latest AI-powered technology, including the STLA Smart Cockpit, STLA Brain and STLA AutoDrive technology, which is branded as Advanced Technology for Real Life. The STLA Brain electrical architecture works within the STLA Smart Cockpit infotainment system and is accessed via 37.2-inches of sculpted black glass. STLA AutoDrive delivers Level 3 autonomous driving, which lets the driver take their hands off the steering wheel and eyes off the road.
The concept is a two-seater that’s wrapped in sustainable materials with a pair of vegetable-tanned, suspended seats wrapped with an arctic upcycled chrome-free soft trim embellished by a unique constellation-style perforation. The recycled mélange heather instrument panel is made out of 100 percent post-industrial plastics and ocean plastics, and the floor is made out of textile-infused walnut flooring.
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