LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • Image Credit: LeEco
LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • Image Credit: LeEco
LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
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LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • LeEco LeSEE Electric Car
  • Image Credit: LeEco
  • Image Credit: LeEco
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Turns out, LeEco's LeSee autonomous electric vehicle has a secret. Like Bumblebee and Wipe-out before it, LeSee is a Transformer. Or, to be fair, it will be in Michael Bay's upcoming Transformers movie. Exactly what role the sleek EV will play in the movie is unknown, but we did learn today that it will be in there. For the electronics giant to partner up with the movie series is a no-brainer, since the series of incomprehensible movies about sentient machines is hugely popular there.

The announcement was part of LeEco's big reveal today in San Francisco, where there were also mobile phones, TVs, and electric bikes involved. The car itself wasn't there (it was in an accident), but Lei Ding, the co-founder and global vice chairman of the LeEco SEE Plan, said that it will come with its own magnetic charging system (and not the standard J1772 charger), a fold-away steering wheel, and an external display to share information (like if it's being driven by its robot brain or if it's available for car sharing).

LeEco has already announced a partnership with Aston Martin and is building a $1.8-billion EV factory in China. The company first teased the LeSee back in April. Ding also said that its partner, Faraday Future, will unveil its upcoming production car at CES in January.

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