Based on the BMW i8, the Rinspeed Etos will make its debut at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) early next year in Las Vegas.
Helping set it apart from a standard BMW i8, the Rinspeed Etos has redesigned front and rear bumpers, 20-inch wheels and 12,000-LED display. But climbing into the interior is when things really get extreme.
Since this is an autonomous vehicle, the cabin has been designed for comfort when the driver isn’t actually driving. The steering wheel on the Etos retracts to help the driver relax, while a pair of 21.5-inch widescreen color displays allow passengers to watch different forms of entertainment.
The drone is placed at the back of the car. Rinspeed envisages it being used to film you driving. Another scenario would see you using the drone in the case you forget something, the drone can simply be sent instead.