The digital cockpit includes 16 screens, the major screen being 49 inches, along with a steering wheel that retracts during autonomous driving. It includes four driving modes:
Two Self Driving Modes:
Two Manual Modes:
In self-driving mode, the interior configuration adapts thanks to drive-by-wire technology. The steering wheel folds away under the sound-bar to totally free up the 49-inch screen, the front seats tilt, the side armrests fold out automatically, opening up a large storage space and an induction charging zone for smartphones, whilst the main controls remain accessible via the centre console built into the driver’s seat.
Occupants can play on the built-in video game console or watch a film either on the curved central screen or on the screen in each sunshade.
The e-Legend offers a voice-controlled personal assistant adapted to autonomous driving. By saying just one phrase, the driver can change driving mode, listen to their favourite playlist and even open or close the car's electrical doors.
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