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World's Most Advanced Car from Japan?

  Asahi Kasei's Automotive Initiatives                                                            Source: Asahi Kasei AKXY Concept Car Asahi Kasei, which is a diversified Japanese multinational company, has a new automotive series AKXY.  It represents an untraditional approach to building concept cars that incorporate environmental performance, automotive safety and comfort.  Their AKXY is a moving showcase of highly advanced technologies. The vehicle is autonomous, electrified and a leading-edge example of advanced personal mobility.   And for starters, the company uses engineering resin as a substitute for metal to build the vehicle and lower its weight.  The leather in the car's seats is artificial.  The vehicle's internal communications systems employ a myriad of voice processing technologies.  To put it simply, this may be one of the most technologically advanced vehicles being developed.  As such, it is fascinating and well worth learning about. More Technologies With

A Look at the Future of Autonomous Cars

  Italy's Pininfarina Design House's Teorema Concept Car                                           Source: Pininfarina's Teorema Is This The Future of Driving? T he Italian design house Pininfarina is known for producing some of the world's most futuristic and radical concept cars and production cars.  They have just unveiled a truly revolutionary concept - the Teorema.  It showcases radical design and highly advanced engineering that is part of the future of driving. This vehicle was designed using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies.  And, the electric vehicle is fully autonomous without any steering wheel and seats 5 passengers. AR &VR Designed Using highly advanced AR & VR technologies, Pininfarina has created a unique, very sleek and futuristic design with the window line tapering down along the sides of the car.   The design is so radical that from some angles the vehicle doesn't look like a car.  The shape is cylinder-like and