2014 LA Design Challenge Photo Gallery

The LA Auto Show has unveiled the 2014 Design Challenge entries submitted by five auto design studios for its 11th annual competition. This year’s entries explore the future of automobile connectivity by responding to the prompt: “Sensing the Future: How Will Cars Interact With Us In 2029?”

Each Design Challenge entry showcases how future technology will further transform human-to-machine interfaces that connect with senses, predict our next moves and create a more humanlike relationship with our vehicles. Specifically, entries are focused on automotive interiors that will comfortably and safely connect the driver and/or passengers to the car by 2029. With in-car connectivity and technology moving forward at a rapid pace, the Design Challenge pushes automotive designers to explore new instruments and knowledge like never before.

Acura Human Machine Interface Concept
Honda R&D Americas (USA)

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Qoros Qloud Qubed concept
Qoros Design Shanghai (China)

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Honda CARpet concept
Honda Advanced Design Studio (Japan)

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