The Toyota Concept-i is on display at CES International Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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The manufacturers want the car to hold a conversation, help you make a shopping list and determine where and how you want to travel.The concept car will also keep a driver alert to potential perils on the road, with sound and light signals.Rinderknecht added the company has no plans to produce an entire vehicle but use elements of the company's technology, which could be available in a few years.Other technologies shown in Las Vegas could turn the car into a payments platform. This could allow an intelligent car to know if a driver is having a heart attack or falling asleep at the wheel.
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