Chatty cars, swappable bodies: Future of transportation on display at CES

Cars that can chitchat with drivers or that come with swappable body types were among the transportation innovations featured at CES, the giant annual consumer tech show wrapping up Friday in Las Vegas.

The big picture: Self-docking boats, delivery drones and flying taxis — all powered by artificial intelligence — are also on display.

Why it matters: In many ways, CES has replaced traditional auto shows as the preferred venue to showcase futuristic vehicle concepts and technologies…

This year’s overarching theme was how AI is being integrated into just about everything we use — including our cars, where the experience is increasingly being defined by software…

CES wasn’t only about in-car software.

Several carmakers, including Honda, Kia and VinFast, showed off shiny new concept vehicles pointing to their future plans…

The bottom line: CES is more than just gadgets and toys. It’s a showcase for the future of transportation.

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