Qoros is entering the LA Design Challenge with a Q: QorosQloud Qubed Concept. The special vehicle envisions what the advanced vehicle and driver connectivity in the year 2029 will be. In short, the competition challenges international automotive design teams to explore how technology will change vehicles to connect with human senses in the aforementioned year. The winner will be chosen via a Facebook vote on the LA Auto Show's official page page.

Q: QorosQloud Qubed was designed by Jamie Barrett, Aditya Mahajan and Alex O'Brien. The vision for it is that it will learn from the driver over a period of time through the five senses. This basically means that there will be a strong and dynamic vehicle/driver relationship, which will grow over time.

What can the car learn? For instance if you were the driver, it could get to know your tastes such as music preferences and general interests. In addition, it could also learn your favourite restaurants, regular destinations, friends and family. And the best thing here is that Q will improve over time, because it will be learning more every single day.

Even more, Q is designed to bring about maximum safety by identifying when the driver is distracted or driving irresponsibly. When this happens the Qoros concept will quickly switch to an autonomous driving mode.

The vote will last until 20th of November. One user can vote once every day for their favourite LA Auto Show Design Challenge entry.

Source: Qoros