When’s the last time you drove a car that didn’t have a single strand of digital DNA coursing through its veins? A long time, I’d imagine. The link between technology and vehicles is growing more and more undeniable with each passing year.
It’s fitting, then, to see Consumer Technology Association’s CES event climb up the ranks to become one of the largest auto shows in the automotive industry. Hosted in Las Vegas in January, CES 2020 fulfilled its annual promise by releasing and unveiling some of the year’s – nay, decade’s – most innovative, awe-inspiring car technology.
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