Volkswagen still has no plans to market its new Golf GTI Aurora, but the technology that the manufacturer integrated into the model is at least impressive. In this car, which is still a conceptual test, the company has put in place a holographic entertainment system. This means that the entire media ecosystem is 3D design, and the driver can control it by clicking on floating virtual buttons.
Although it seems virtual or augmented reality, you do not need any kind of accessory to see the content. And to interact with it, you also do not need special glasses or gloves.
As conceptual proof it is, the most likely is that the technology will not integrate any Volkswagen car, at least in the near future. Although visibly appealing, holographic technology is still rare and expensive, which does not facilitate a massive use of it.