The cute Kyocera Moeye helps you see the road with X-Rays
Yep, it sees like Superman!
The most surprising vehicles generally come from brands that are not used to producing cars. This is the case of the Japanese company Kyocera, specialized in electronics and telecommunications, which recently unveiled an astonishing prototype called the Moeye.
The car takes the form of a small coupé with flowing lines typical of sports cars of the 1950s. Details such as the small rear window, the circular headlights and the multi-spoke wheels are typical of the automotive past.
On the contrary, the passenger compartment is a real surprise because it is resolutely turned towards the future. Both occupants face a huge screen replacing the dashboard. In addition to offering numerous functions, this screen also makes it possible to reproduce the normally hidden part of the road through the bonnet.
The view is therefore much wider, as it is completed by this screen. The on-board electronics use a complex X-Ray system to display the missing image. Note also that there is no steering wheel as the Moeye is equipped with level 4 autonomous driving.