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CES 2023: Not Indian Auto Expo .. Luxury brands behind this tech show, biggest motor show

Auto Expo 2023: Indian Auto Expo is going to start from 13 January. However, it seems that auto companies are disenchanted with the traditional auto show. That’s why the world’s big luxury car brands are leaving the Auto Expo and making a splash at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES 2023).

Indian Auto Expo 2023: Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, USACES 2023) has rocked. From color changing car to Sony Honda Afeela Brand’s prototype car Things like this have been the main attractions of the event. The great thing is that CES 2023 is a technology event, but electric models from leading luxury car brands have also made it the world’s biggest motor show. Auto Expo is starting in India from January 13, but bmwCompanies like Mercedes will not be seen in the Auto Expo.

CES 2023 has seen the biggest participation of auto companies so far. About 300 exhibitors have come in it, including the latest auto-driving technology, electric vehicles, and vehicles that can travel on land, air and water. Companies like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Stellantis have introduced upcoming car concepts. Let’s take a look at some of the companies participating in CES 2023.

CES 2023: The fire of these car companies

Sony Honda Mobility: Sony Honda Mobility is one of the newest auto companies in the world. The special thing is that this company, formed in October 2022, has chosen the Tech Show CES 2023 to bring itself in the eyes of the world for the first time. During this, the company has introduced an electric car concept under the ‘Afila’ brand, in which 45 cameras, sensors and other features have been given.

Mercedes-Benz: German auto company Mercedes Benz has also introduced a new electric car at the American Tech Show. The luxury brand has showcased a life size model of VISION EQXX, a special research vehicle. Once fully charged, this vehicle will cover a distance of 1,200 kms.

BMW: BMW has introduced its new vision car BMW i Vision Dee for the first time. For this, the company has chosen the world’s largest technology trade fair. The car can interact with the people sitting inside and also has the ability to sense their mood. Interestingly, this car can change its colour.

Volkswagen: The German carmaker is back at CES after six years with a very special product, the ID.7. It is Volkswagen’s first fully electric sedan which is based on the Modular Electric Drive Matrix (MEB) platform. Its range is up to 700 km (WLTP), and will be launched later this year.

Stellantis: Stellantis has showcased the Ram 1500 Revolution BEV concept, Peugeot Inception concept, Jeep brand 4xe (4xe is the new 4×4) and Dodge Charger Daytona SRT BEV X at the event. The car company said that it will launch the first Chrysler battery electric vehicle in 2025 and its lineup will be completely electric in 2028.


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