Corning’s Connected Car prototype, debuted at CES® 2017, brings precision glass and the ultimate in connectivity to the driving experience
Corning debuted its vision for a Connected Car console at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show, bringing sleek, interactive surfaces into your vehicle. With trends focused on connectivity, social behavior, and the mobile life currently driving the automotive industry, Corning accelerated into the innovative driving experience with a new Connected Car prototype at CES® 2017.
Decked out in the Corning Automotive Group’s latest advanced glass technologies, get a close look at Corning’s Connected Car in this latest segment of “Inspired by Glass.” Host, Maddie Gionet of Corning, is joined by Doug Harshbarger, division vice president and business director for Corning Automotive Glass, to take a trip down the road to connectivity.
“We always try and take an approach where we want to demonstrate our technologies in real use situations to open people’s minds to how they can use them to their best purpose, and we’ve really tried to do that with this car,” said Harshbarger.