Recently, the brand and LG jointly launched the IONIQ cabin concept cabin. The biggest highlight is the integration of a 77 inch large flexible OLED screen on the ceiling, which can independently display content for two passengers in the rear row. < / P > < p > IONIQ concept cabin was developed in cooperation with LG Electronics, which is an experiment to reuse the extra internal space obtained by the distributed electric power system. It uses a powerful next-generation battery to power additional devices and components. < / P > < p > in addition to providing a cinema like viewing experience, the concept car interior can also help passengers complete daily chores. For example, “clothing care” is some form of ironing or cooking that smoothes wrinkles on the move, while the “shoes Butler” function seems to be a simple shoe storage compartment, perhaps with some automatic shoe shining or deodorizing function. This concept also allows automatic cabin cleaning. The floor cleaning robot keeps the wood floor bright, while UV LED lights disinfect the interior of the car. < / P > < p > although this concept cabin will not become a reality in the near future, we can see that IONIQ’s new model has developed in this direction. “Hyundai plans to integrate home electronics and appliances into future IONIQ models, taking advantage of the rich interior space and huge power supply capacity of electric vehicles,” the company said. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities