When Porsche revealed its all-electric Mission E concept car last month, it impressed car fans everywhere with its Tesla-beating range and quick charge time.
The vehicle, slated to go into production within the next five years, can travel 310 miles on a single charge and can charge about 80 per cent in just 15 minutes.
But the vehicle also boasts a futuristic interface that is just as impressive as its energy efficiency.
Porsche posted a YouTube video on Friday highlighting some of the car’s most high-tech interface features, which includes eye-tracking technology, as well as gesture controls to interact with the car.
The driver's OLED display features five virtual round instruments that display information about the car, like energy and performance. The display moves with the driver, so as he or she changes driving positions higher, lower, or leans from side to side, the 3D instruments move with the driver.
Also featured in the driver display is a camera that detects when the driver is looking at a specific instrument, enabling the user to select an instrument with their vision. However, the driver must confirm the selection by hand on the steering wheel.
The center console also has a touch display where the driver or passengers can select music or operate climate control.
There's even a holographic display that runs along the front of the dashboard where the driver or the passenger can control functions using gestures.
And instead of safety mirrors, the car uses cameras that capture what's around the car and displays it in the corner of the windshield.
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