The weirdly named Q: QorosQloud Qubed concept is being previewed as part of this year's Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge.

The weirdly named Q: QorosQloud Qubed concept is being previewed as part of this year's Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge.

Founded in 2007, China-based Qoros is a new entry in the automotive industry and they are trying to increase the brand's awareness by preparing a peculiar concept designed by Jamie Barrett, Aditya Mahajan and Alex O'Brien. This year's Design Challenge theme offers a proposition for how cars will be transformed to better connect with human senses in the year 2029 and the concept seen here is able to "learn from the driver" through the five senses.

The concept is envisioned with the capability of learning the owner's favorite restaurants, tastes, regular destinations, music preferences, general interests as well as friends and members of the family. In addition, it's imagined to maximize the driver's safety by detecting when he is distracted or driving irresponsibly. When this happens, the Q: QorosQloud Qubed concept will automatically enable the autonomous driving mode to avoid a crash.

Q: QorosQloud Qubed concept announced for Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge