For a few months now, we've known that
Rinspeed, the Swiss automaker behind
will be bringing the Oasis to CES and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit next month. Up to now there were merely a few renderings and no real details past the broad strokes. It seems the company has completed work on the concept and has released a new video showing the car in action. In addition, Rinspeed has given a host of new details on the car, including a list of parts suppliers.
The short video shows a day in the life of a Rinspeed
Oasis owner. The all-electric, fully
autonomous car features a windshield with digital overlays, a steering wheel that folds into a tray table, and even a small garden in the nose. Yes, a garden. After looking at the passengers, it seems the future's so bright you'll need shades.
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