Witness Ioniq 5’s 144 MPH Banked Turn

Mercedes Unveils AI-Driven Infotainment at CES 2024
IONIQ 5 N going 265km/h straight, 232km/h on corners at oval track

The Hyundai Ioniq 5 N has been taken to the limit on an incline course, and Mercedes-Benz offers a glance at a revised entertainment system with artificial intelligence involved.

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Hyundai has unleashed their latest creation, the Ioniq 5 N onto a high-speed track complete with banked turns. The electric car was put to the test as experienced drivers navigated through tight curves and360 degree bends at full speed. Hyundai recently gave spectators a sneak peek of the Ioniq 5 N by piloting it on a special test-track featuring winding corners, steep banks, and 360-degree bends. Professional drivers drove this all-electric vehicle to its maximum capabilities, navigating tricky twists and sharp turns while reaching top speeds. They confidently demonstrated the remarkable performance the Ioniq 5 N can achieve and its exceptional agility even in challenging circumstances.

“Corner rascal” is how Hyundai N describes its high-performance models, and the Ioniq 5 N is the first of its kind to forgo the traditional combustion engine. A recently released onboard video shows the electric N model zooming around an oval test track with banked turns, reaching a top speed of 144 mph (232 km/h) while negotiating one of the inclined turns. On the straights, the Ioniq 5 N managed to reach a maximum speed of 165 mph (265 km/h), which is slightly higher than the claimed top speed.

Hyundai IONIQ 5 N Drift Compilation - the Ultimate Drifts you haven't watched yet

A footage distinct from the others showcases the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N in a rally test, followed by a slalom run. Benefitting from a moist skid pad and the thoroughly-calibrated Rear Wheel Torque Distribution system, the zippy electric car had no trouble in drifting in the able control of an experienced driver. We’ll need to grow accustomed to those artificial engine roars while experiencing those faux gear shifts sounds like the perfect novelty we believe would be worth it.

Mercedes is unveiling a fresh look at their Artificial Intelligence-driven MBUX virtual assistant. This pioneering technology promises to provide an upgraded and more intuitive user experience.Mercedes has provided a sneak peek of their AI-powered MBUX virtual assistant. This cutting-edge development is said to give drivers a much more responsive experience. The company expects the new AI-backed feature to dramatically change how people interact with their cars. The automaker previewed the innovative option, which combines voice recognition and hands-free functionality. It is designed to recognize human language and respond to voice commands, as well as integrate with other systems in the vehicle. From climate control to navigation and audio systems, MBUX will be able to carry out many tasks.Mercedes is introducing a glimpse into its Artificial Intelligence-fueled MBUX virtual assistant. This revolutionary technology guarantees users a state-of-the-art interaction. Initially created to alter the way one engages with their automobile, this tool brings together vocal identification and hands-off features. In addition to regulating temperature and navigating, the system comes with the aptitude to control sound levels and functions.

As this year draws to an end, the Consumer Electronics Show is beginning to loom on the horizon. At CES 2024 in Las Vegas, Mercedes aims to reveal a revamped version of its infotainment system, using Artificial Intelligence as part of its MBUX Virtual Assistant initiative. This ground-breaking technology looks to be incorporated into the Concept CLA Class. Judging by the teaser, the platform looks to offer a human-like interaction.

It remains vague if changes have been made to the soon-to-debut Concept CLA Class in North America or whether Mercedes’ main concentration is solely on their AI technology. Onto the scene is the MBUX Virtual Assistant which runs off the exclusive MB.OS that will first be featured on the upcoming CLA in 2024. Meanwhile, at CES, a veiled model of the exiting electric G-Class will also be presented by the renowned three-pointed star brand.

Sources: CarSceneKorea / YouTube, Mercedes-Benz

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