As day two of CES progressed, we were able to visit many more interesting booths – including the Audi booth. Audi demonstrated a self driving car this year, a new Virtual Cockpit rear-seat navigation display, and a smart watch in coordination with LG that can control parts of the vehicle.
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CES 2015: http://www.cesweb.org/ (this event has concluded)