And, needless to say, it would be able to fly. Infiniti USA has packed all of these features into its People's Choice winning entry for this year's LA Auto Show Design Challenge.
The Design Challenge never fails to provide participants with outlandish future concepts to explore. Previous contests have focused on Hollywood movie cars, patrol vehicles and biomimicry. This year's contest asked for designs that consider how humans will interact with cars in 2029. As ever, the only things more abstract than the theme itself are the actual submissions.
"This year's entries are particularly compelling because they offer insight into what our vehicles are capable of," says designer and industry expert Chuck Pelly, in a press release. "This year is a turning point for connected car technology and it's fascinating to see how far we could get in the next 15 years."