Today, the development of technology has penetrated into various fields in human life, including the automotive field. Now recently, an Italian start-up company, Zava Hypercars, has developed a car based on artificial intelligence or commonly called Artifical Intelligence (AI).
|Zava claims to make the PrometheuS concept car with artificial intelligence. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2yiLYBB|
As quoted of on the Zava Hypercars site, PrometheuS equip power plant, consisting of four electric motors. This will allow for all-wheel drive with individual control of the moment on each of the wheels.
We first heard news of Zava back in 2016, when the company claimed that they were working on a car has capabilities to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph times below two seconds, able to spew up the power to 1,341 horsepower, and a 300-mile all-electric driving range with a top speed of 217 mph.
|Zava PrometheuS concept car will be equipped with thick body wings, carbon fiber that is more open, and some sides that will be more sharpened. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2yDcWmU|
The technology even makes it possible to take over the driver's job in controlling the vehicle, so that the car can work automatically according to the driver's instructions. This technology is expected to adopt in an autonomous system but in more detail.
Through this technology, the role of the driver will be smaller to control or control the vehicle. Although it sounds like fiction, even though now many car manufacturers are competing to develop artificial intelligence technology that will be applied to their products in the future.
Although this technology is still questioned by automotive observers because the technology is developed by a small company that is not even too audible in the world, but there is nothing wrong if we continue to explore the information. Because until now, no company has had an "ad" like that published by Zava Hypercars.
Regardless, the PrometheuS promises to have amazing styling. We're fans of the brilliant red and white LED strips visible in the teaser video posted above. What we're not fans of, are the insane promises being made here.
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