Ford Evos Concept Car Will Make Its Debut in North America at CES

Posted by at 11:15 am on November 14, 2011

Ford’s Evos Concept car will make its first appearance in North America as the centerpiece of Ford’s display at the 2012 International CES in Las Vegas, Jan. 10-13, 2012. The Evos Concept made its global debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in September.

“Today, drivers have to adapt to the features and capabilities of their car,” said Paul Mascarenas, Ford chief technical officer and leader of the company’s global Research and Innovation team. “The Evos Concept changes the paradigm of how you interact with your car. Our vision is that the car should seamlessly adapt to the driver taking the driving experience to a whole new level of personalization and convenience.”

Why CES? Because Ford plans to show off the car’s cloud connectivity. That means some features will be stored on servers on the internet, not on the car itself.  At this year’s Google I/O, Ford announced plans to Use Google Prediction API to optimize energy efficiency. Could that partnership be growing, we will tell you from the floor of CES in less than 60 days

Evos continues Ford’s emphasis on its electronics as much as its cars and trucks motors and other traditional features. The Evos Concept integrates technology in a holistic way meant to enrich the driving experience. By exchanging data with the cloud, the Evos extends the connected lifestyle from home and office to the vehicle, providing new possibilities for personalization and adaptability of the car.  Below are some video showing off those features.

Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Company, will be returning to the International CES stage for the fourth consecutive year, participating in the 2012 Innovation Power Panel keynote. The Innovation Power Panel will be held at the Las Vegas Hilton on Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 9 AM.

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