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Audi Reveals Luxury Self-Driving Aicon Concept at Frankfurt Motor Show

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Audi revealed its luxurious Aicon concept car at the IAA 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show on Wednesday. The futuristic Aicon concept has no steering wheel or pedals, instead of driving autonomously while the driver sits back and relaxes on one of the interior swivel chairs. Audi's Aicon concept is a fully electric vehicle which can travel up to 500 miles on a single charge. The vehicle uses advanced artificial intelligence to navigate while also getting information from the driver using eye tracking and gesture controls.

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