Honda offered a high tech, future focus at The Washington Auto Show, from the Honda Dream Drive to the Personal Mobility Device.
The Dream Drive is a “suite of apps” that enables the driver and passenger to perform a variety of tasks and be entertained while the car is in motion. It debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. The Autonomous Work Vehicle, a prototype based on an all-terrain vehicle platform, uses artificial intelligence to help with tasks, such as firefighting and agricultural uses.
Honda brought a prototype Personal Mobility Device to The Washington Auto Show. A person using the device sits in the saddle and leans in the direction where he or she wants to go, using what Honda calls “balance control technology.” The machine has potential to help people with disabilities.Download Bulletin PDF