Roewe release the “world’s first 5G smart cockpit” – Roewe Vision-i concept car at 2019 Shanghai Auto Show. Built for the 5G era, the Roewe Vision-i concept car combines the high passability SUV with the large space MPV, creating a new SPV category. SPV defined by Roewe: Smart Proactive Vehicle, means intelligent and active interactive car.
At first glance, it is very conceptual: the shape of Roewe Vision-i uses a lot of “future” technology design techniques, the front face of the new car is not only staggered by multiple LED strips, but also adds illuminating decoration to the front grille.
The aerodynamic design and kits are very rich on Roewe Vision-i concept car, such as the technical optical rim, which not only reduces the wind resistance, but also automatically lights up when the person or animal approaches the car. The rear end design seems to be simple, in fact, in addition to the taillights, the Roewe LOGO and letters on the trunk lid can illuminate.
Sitting in the car and don’t need to drive manually: get into the car through the front and rear side sliding doors, the highlight of the interior is the no-screen design cockpit concept. After the future of autonomous driving technology is mature, the car will provide many “driving” mode such as education, leisure, driving, sleeping or meeting. Let the passengers do other interesting things while the vehicle is moving automatically.
Roewe Vision-i concept car has multi-scene adaptability and emphasizes the emotional attributes of the vehicle. It adopts a flexible and varied seat layout form, which can realize the conversion of different scene modes. In order to bring the user a immersive interactive experience in the 5G era, Roewe Vision-i concept car first tried to break through the screen boundary and create a SKY VISION full cabin intelligent interactive system with full-chamber interaction capability, which can realize the content required by the user in any need. In terms of location and material, the coverage of the whole cabin, making the car a super entry point for future travel services.