New rides at the Consumer Electronics Show.
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A Mercedes-Benz IAA (Intelligent Aerodynamic Automobile) concept car is displayed during the 2016 CES trade show. The car can change shape under certain driving conditions, to increase fuel efficiency. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
People look over the BMW i Vision Future Interaction concept car. The car includes BMW AirTouch technology that lets the driver control various functions with simple gestures. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
A Toyota FCV Plus, a hydrogen fuel-cell concept car. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
BMW's Vlatko Kalinic demonstrates a gesture control feature to control the radio volume in a 2016 BMW 750i sedan. Germans love the latest wave of touch-free car controls, which respond to the flick of a wrist or the swipe of a hand, as it means no messy fingerprints on their spotless dashboards. Italians, known for an extravagant hand gesture or two, are not so sure. Germany's BMW demonstrated a 7 Series car that recognizes five...
The Faraday Future FFZERO1 electric concept car is unveiled. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
The rear of the Faraday Future FFZERO1 electric concept car. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
The Volkswagen BUDD-e electric vehicle is displayed during Herbert Diess' keynote address. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
A video shows batteries on a car chassis during the unveiling of the Faraday Future FFZERO1 electric concept car. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
Journalists take a look at the Volkswagen BUDD-e electric vehicle. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
The screen in Delphi's automated vehicle shows the car stopping on its own after communicating with a stop light at an intersection. Using advanced software and hardware, Delphi's vehicle can communicate with streets, signs, traffic lights, other cars and even pedestrians according to the company. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
Volkmar Tanneberger, head of electric and electronic development at Volkswagen, discusses the features of the Volkswagen e-Golf Touch electric vehicle. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
The cockpit of the Faraday Future FFZERO1 electric concept car. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
Journalists look over the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV. The car will have a 200-mile range and cost about $30,000, said General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
LiDAR sensors are shown on the roof of a Ford Fusion Hybrid. The sensors create a real-time 3D map of the vehicle's surroundings. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
A real-time 3D map, generated by LiDAR sensors, is shown on a monitor. REUTERS/Steve Marcus