What JVCKENWOOD and McLaren have done now is to take a prototype 675LT and incorporated JVCKENWOOD CAPTRONICS system, with it, while greatly changed the car's interior. Of course, there are some minor changes to the outside, but nothing like the inside - it certainly is out of this world. I must say that I see the concept art inside, I think we'll eventually move away from there windshields and eventually staring definition touch screen.The Latest Review of 2016 McLaren 675LT JVCKENWOOD Concept.
In short, do not waste more time, let's take a look at this concept, and why it is interesting enough debut in 2016 Consumer Electronics Show.We are here to show what technology can do before us, over and began driving his car concept. The head-up display can be efficiently, and show enough information, we can do away with the traditional instruments of truth is completely amazing. Side and rear-view camera will eventually be used in the future autonomous vehicles, but the integration of such a system - rear view monitor with digital - make driving safer today, if we can put such a system into our daily vehicles. Has been a blind spot, it will be a problem, but if we can use the camera to get rid of them altogether, driving will be safer.
2016 McLaren 675LT JVCKENWOOD Exterior
Outside, there is no JVCKENWOOD or McLaren quickly made many changes. I mean, let's face reality here - this appearance has been quite intense, because it is. As you can see, the silver racing stripe has been added to the hood and roof, as well as on both sides, which, like these black holes devouring gas inlet seem them from existence. This helps silver accents vehicles and ties ultra lightweight alloy wheels to the other parts of the body.
There are a couple of other exterior features as well, but they are functional rather than aesthetic. After the door is equipped with knife-view camera and another camera has been installed in the rear, above the number plate. This rear camera, incidentally, is painted in palladium gray. These cameras are linked to the available vehicle systems, effectively making the car safer and provide more visibility for the driver's blind spot.
The Latest Review of 2016 McLaren 675LT JVCKENWOOD Concept
2016 McLaren 675LT JVCKENWOOD Interior
This is the concept really gets interesting. The 675LT has a minimalist interior, but with the help of JVCKENWOOD has taken a step away. First, the little things. Dashboard has been topped with black Nappa leather, and an upper waist and central floor tunnel. Calypso Orange Nappa leather has been applied to the seat cushion and the armrest. Limit in the tunnel is also given Calypso the orange treatment, and even more have been added to the orange belt guide. Center seats and floor mats are 675LT logo, but has covered the ground spinning rib, which happens to be a new type of material used in this concept.
Look at the top of the driver's seat, you'll see the numbers rearview monitor. It has also been a black Nappa leather, and deep cobalt blue stitching. This is the function of those external cameras come into play. This three cameras to showcase the wide view of what is behind the driver - effectively allowing the driver to better line sites, virtually eliminate blind spots.
2016 McLaren 675LT JVCKENWOOD Powertrain
As far as we know, it has made no change to JVCKENWOOD power system concept. This means that it still was introduced by 3.8 liters V-8 of 666 horsepower and a wicked 515 pounds - feet of torque power. Of course, who really need upward force, when you can hit 60 mph in 2.9 seconds way to 205 mph?
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