LAS VEGAS — Your commute starts with a greeting from your vehicle, which uses biometrics to identify you. The car's artificial intelligence-powered personal assistant helps map out the day because it has been synced with your schedule.
From there, the autonomous driving technology allows you to conduct a videoconference and then recommends lunch spots with convenient parking and charging options. Later, you select meditation mode, one of the sensory experiences that sets the mood in the vehicle. Before you return to your residence, the car links with your smart home technology to begin cooling your bedroom.
This could be a typical day for Chrysler customers in the future. Chrysler will be the first Stellantis brand in North America to deploy the automaker's next-generation cockpit technology.