The car was launched with level 3 autonomy which includes automatic emergency braking and lane-keeping assistance, but Apex says the system is advanced enough for Level 4 (self-driving in all but the trickiest scenarios) when regulation allows it.
The AP-0 pushes the boundaries of accuracy and safety when it comes to driver assistance, courtesy of its advanced LiDAR sensor technology. LiDAR sensors are able to generate detailed maps of the vehicle’s immediate surroundings, creating a high-resolution three-dimensional image and identifying minute details – measuring as little as a few centimetres – from more than 100m away in all weather conditions.
The AP-0 will also feature a holographic augmented reality (AR) display and AR Race Instructor, which gamifies the way drivers can learn new race tracks, a truly immersive racing experience.
The minimal interior has only two digital displays. The driver display, shaped like the company’s logo includes all performance related information you’d expect, the video stream from the side mirrors. The screen in the center includes all media and driver related settings.
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