For the past few years, the latest and greatest in present and future automotive technology has not made its debut at a car show. Instead, the automotive world has migrated to the Mojave Desert for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show ran from January 8 – 11, and everyone from major automotive manufacturers to one-man technology providers had displays, made presentations, hosted round table discussions, and showed off current capabilities and future dreams.
CES has been evolving as a technology showcase and marketplace since the first annual trade show in New York City in 1967. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association, the show moved to Las Vegas in 1978, and is now the largest annual trade show in the world.
Here are 10 Cool Things we saw at CES 2019.