GYON CONCEPT EV
wattev2buy explores the Gyon Concept EV specs, range, price, battery, and pictures as it vies for a position in the growing EV market.
The first model from the GYON stable will be unveiled in 2019. We symbolize the car through the image of a GFMI represented during the launch of the brand at the LA Auto Show in 2018. The GYON EV model will embrace a smart cockpit experience developed as an A-EV (autonomous electric vehicles) built around the company’s G-OS AI system. The first model will include SAE Level 3 advanced driver assistance called G-Pilot. The driver experience is also enhanced with the car’s Autonomous Valet Parking (AVP) which is rated as an SAE Level 4 autonomous functionality. The Gyon EV model interacts with the driver through augmented reality heads-up display (AR-HUD) technology showing high-precision maps and its AI assistant called “Viki”. Drivers can search and reserve a charging slot with one click, dispelling any notions of range anxiety. GYON A-EV models interact with its driver through a biometric system called GYON ID.
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