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Asleep at the wheel: Searching for super-smart cars at CES

Manufacturers are showing off increasingly autonomous, connected vehicles in the quest for intelligent cars

  • A BMW official shows off the all-electric i3 linked to a Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch at CES 2014. The watch can command the i3 to sound its horn and display info such as charge remaining in the battery.

  • Induct's Navia autonomous shuttle drives itself around a track at CES 2014. The $250,000 electric vehicle launched this week and could be deployed at university campuses, airports, and other facilities.

  • With a swipe of his iPhone, a Bosch official commands a driverless Volkswagen to parallel-park itself at CES test track. The car did it perfectly.

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