- The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) runs from January 8-11 in Las Vegas.
- The event has become an increasingly important venue for automakers to show off their ideas for the future of transportation.
- This year, automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Audi, and Honda are bringing concept and upcoming production vehicles to the event.
As the auto industry moves toward electrification and autonomy, the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has become an increasingly important venue for automakers to show off their ideas for the future of transportation. Last year, Toyota unveiled a concept for a self-driving delivery vehicle and Ford outlined its efforts to create communication technology for autonomous vehicles.
This year, automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Audi, and Honda are bringing concept and upcoming production vehicles to the event, which runs from January 8-11 in Las Vegas.
These are the 11 vehicles we’re most excited to see at CES.
Audi will bring its upcoming E-Tron electric SUV to CES.
Honda Autonomous Work Vehicle
Honda will show off an autonomous, multi-purpose vehicle.
Hyundai will unveil its Elevate concept vehicle, which will have wheels attached to legs the automaker says will allow the vehicle to drive, walk, or climb depending on the environment.
Bosch autonomous concept shuttle
Bosch will bring a concept for an autonomous shuttle.
Mercedes-Benz will unveil the new version of its CLA-Class coupe.
Mercedes-Benz will also show its upcoming EQC electric SUV in the US for the first time.
Mercedes-Benz Vision Urbanetic
The Vision Urbanetic, an autonomous concept vehicle, will also make its US debut.
Mercedes-Benz Vision EQ Silver Arrow
The electric Vision EQ Silver Arrow electric vehicle concept will also be on display.
Byton will bring its upcoming M-Byte electric SUV.
Nissan Leaf E-Plus
The German publication Electrive reports that Nissan will unveil the Leaf E-Plus, which will have a larger battery than the current Leaf, at CES. The 2018 Nissan Leaf is shown above.
Harley-Davidson will bring its upcoming electric motorcycle, the LiveWire.