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L.A. Preview: Qoros Qloud Qubed

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Chinese car maker Qoros is putting a real effort into establishing itself as a global automaker. So after launching a hatchback and a sedan in China, and anticipating European launch next year, they are now coming to the Los Angeles Auto Show with an interesting concept called Qoros Qloud Qubed.

The triple Q concept, or simply Q, is Qoros’ entry for the prestigious LA Auto Show Design Challenge. The idea behind this car is a vehicle that explores “how technology will transform vehicles to connect with human senses in the year 2029.”

In describing the Qoros Qloud Qubed, the designers use words like “intelligent” and “multi-dimensional,” emphasizing the concept’s capability in learning the habits of its owner – kind of like an intelligent dog! Apparently the Q will learns the user’s tastes, favourite restaurants, music preferences, regular destinations, friends, family and general interests over long periods of time. It is not clear how the car will use this information. For all we know it could sell your data to advertising companies like all the other “intelligent” tech products these days.

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im Pilsbury, Design Director at Qoros Design Shanghai, said, “We are extremely proud of our entry for this year’s LA Auto Show Design Challenge. We pioneered the innovative QorosQloud connected services technology in our current real-world model line-up, so it was exciting to look ahead 15 years to conceive further developments of the platform. The Q: QorosQloud Qubed concept forecasts a futuristic smart human-machine interface, linking the car to the driver’s senses to create the ultimate connected driving and ownership experience.”

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