During CES 2015, we once again got a chance to check out the latest concept car from QNX. The year the team outfitted a killer Maserati Quattroporte with a slew of connected tech — from the side mirror screens down to the expansive dash cluster. As in previous years, the car has been stripped of many stock parts, and they've been swapped out for various touch screen panels that show off gauges, views of the outdoor cameras, and controls for all the vehicles main functions.
The mirrors are actually screens that show off what's outside the car, so you'll always know what's around you — both inside and out. The dash cluster can change to show what's in the rear camera, and small indicators constantly show what's happening all around the vehicle. The center console houses the controls for the ventilation, navigation, music and much more.
Sit back, relax, and check out the video in full to get a great view of what's ticking in the cockpit. Be sure to swing by the comments and let us know what you think!
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