Continental says at this week’s ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, from vehicles being enhanced by online data to human-machine interface concepts, it is demonstrating how “holistic connectivity” transforms evolutionary changes in vehicles to a “revolutionary” mobility experience.

“Making the vehicle part of the internet requires rethinking the entire technology in and beyond the vehicle, from the human-machine interface (HMI) up to the drivetrain,” said Continental board member and Interior Divisions head, Helmut Matschi.

“At Continental, we call this holistic connectivity. With our dynamic eHorizon, infotainment functions and user interfaces, we are demonstrating at the CES how Continental innovations enable our future mobility.”