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Auto sector will be bigger than ever at CES 2023

25 December 2022
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The automotive sector is one of the most important industries at CES, and this year's show is expected to be bigger than ever. Major automakers will be showcasing their latest technologies and innovations, and there will be plenty of excitement in the air as attendees look ahead to the future of transportation.

Car makers, including Mercedes, Stellantis, Cariad and Amazon are expected to unveil a range of new vehicles or vehicle technologies, including electric cars and autonomous cars, as they race to stay ahead of the curve. With so much innovation on display, it will be fascinating to see how the automotive sector evolves over the next few years.

Innovating for global challenges

CES has basically made the concept, “How Innovation Is Addressing Global Challenges,” the unofficial theme for 2023. This concept speaks to the idea that technological advances can help us tackle some of the biggest global challenges facing humanity today. For many industries, this is especially true for the automotive sector.

Perhaps the most revolutionary innovation in the automotive industry is driverless cars. Self-driving cars are quickly becoming a reality, with several major automakers leading the charge into autonomous driving solutions. Autonomous systems are allowing drivers to be taken out of the equation while still enabling cars to travel safely on roads. This technology provides an opportunity for improved safety, as accidents can be avoided through sensor-based navigation and automated braking systems. It also opens up exciting possibilities for increased efficiency and reduced fuel costs, since autonomous vehicles can be programmed to optimize route planning with real-time traffic data. In addition, these vehicles could potentially help reduce congestion by avoiding rush hour times and sharing information about road conditions with other cars nearby.

Electric vehicles have also seen a surge in popularity due to their efficiency and environmental friendliness, with major carmakers now investing heavily in EV development and launching new models. Furthermore, personal mobility devices are becoming incredibly popular, offering an efficient and eco-friendly form of transportation for the modern era.

More floor space, more everything

CES 2023 is going to set the standard for automotive technology and products. Self-driving technology, electric vehicles, mobility devices, and other innovative transportation advancements are all set to take center stage at this year's CES event. The sheer number of exhibitors and range of products speaks volumes about how far the automotive industry has come in recent years.

There will be 25% more floor space dedicated to the automotive sector compared to last year. This year's CES promises to deliver groundbreaking new technologies and products that will change the way we think about transportation.

These advancements have made the automotive sector a focal point for innovation at this year’s CES event. Automakers and tech companies alike will be showcasing their latest products and technologies to demonstrate how far they’ve come in recent years. This is an important step toward advancing the automotive industry as a whole, as it signals that manufacturers are continuing to invest in new technologies and push the boundaries of what’s possible with transportation solutions.

All eyes will be on CES 2023 to see what exciting new developments come out of the automotive sector. With these advancements comes an increased focus on safety, efficiency and environmental friendliness, making this year’s event a must-attend for anyone interested in the future of transportation. It's sure to be an exciting time for the automotive industry at CES 2023.

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