Aside from the Golf R Touch concept, Volkswagen has also revealed at CES the Connected Golf concept which emphasizes the networking possibilities.

Aside from the Golf R Touch concept, Volkswagen has also revealed at CES the Connected Golf concept which emphasizes the networking possibilities.

It comes with the latest generation MIB II infotainment system providing support for a wide array of apps and also works with lots of smartphones and tablets. As expected, it benefits from online functionality and features several clusters in which the features and applications are implemented. The system can work with Google's Android Auto and Apple's Car Play and also has MirrorLink support which allows the owner to mirror the smartphone's or tablet's display on the infotainment's screen.

Volkswagen is also displaying at CES their Trained Parking system which uses a camera to scan a frequently driven path to a parking space and it can execute that path semi-automatically. VW says in the future this system will evolve and grant remote parking through the use of a smartphone from which the owner will control the car.

Lastly, an Intelligent Charge system which previews inductive charging is also presented at CES and Volkswagen mentions future cars will have special lights displaying whether the battery is still being charged or if it has reached a full charge level.

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Volkswagen prepares Connected Golf concept for 2015 CES