The big tech trends of CES 2021

26 January 2021

26 January 2021 Which automotive technologies stole the spotlight at CES 2021? Autovista Group’s chief economist Dr Christof Engelskirchen, Daily Brief editor Phil Curry, and journalist Tom Geggus review some of the big tech trends at this year’s show. They discuss the unveiling of new electric models, batteries and bases. How futuristic concepts like autonomous vehicles and VTOLs are taking off, the growth of infotainment systems and how this year’s digital platform changed CES. You can listen and subscribe to receive podcasts direct to your mobile device, or browse through previous episodes, on AppleSpotifyGoogle Podcasts and search for Autovista Group Podcast on Amazon Music. Show notes Five-minute-charge battery the answer to range anxiety? CES 2021: The big automotive trends CES 2021: Sono Motors unveils second-generation solar car CES 2021: Panasonic looks ahead with augmented-reality HUD CES 2021: Bosch focuses on sustainability and convergence CES 2021: BMW showcases the latest iDrive system CES 2021: Mercedes-Benz talks MBUX Hyperscreen CES 2021: Indy Autonomous Challenge aims for extreme driverless testing CES 2021: Mobileye to increase use of own autonomous technology by 2025 CES 2021: Magna champions LG venture as a new-entrant enabler Five automotive tech advances to look forward to in 2021