Forcément, le CES augmente l'effervescence sur le sujet !
Lire par exemple 2016 CES Coverage: The Ten Biggest Self-Driving Car Stories

L'e-tron (...) Quattro Concept d'Audi devrait sortir en 2018 :

This fully electric SUV has a 310 mile range and if produced as expected starting in 2018, this vehicle will mark the debut of Audi’s revolutionary zFAS system of sensors, radar and laser technology to enable many modes of autonomous driving capability.

Kia va carrément lancer une sous-marque dédiée, Drive-Wise :

Kia has promised to have a wide rollout of autonomous vehicles by 2030 and is so convinced of the importance of this technology that they plan to roll-out a sub-brand for such models called Drive-Wise. Kia will also roll out new safety technology under this brand umbrella including an emergency stop system which brings the car to a halt if the driver falls asleep and a Preceding Vehicle Following system which monitors the vehicle in the lane ahead and can decide for the driver to brake and accelerate accordingly.

GM se lance dans l'électrique accessible (c'est pas déjà pris, ça ?) :

GM’s newly anointed Chairwoman Mary Berra used CES 2016 as the place to unveil the production ready Chevy Bolt all-electric car which will have a 200-mile range and be priced under $20,000 after government rebates. Not only does the Bolt seem to have all the markings of a winner for General Motors, it may be one of the first vehicles made by the company with autonomous driving capability. General Motors and many industry pundits expect that by 2030 15% of all cars sold will be driverless.

Ford promet des véhicules sans conducteur pour 2020, et pas forcément avec Google :

Although when asked directly if Ford was partnering with anyone in its development of driverless cars CEO Mark Fields said a definitive “yes,” he did not mention the long rumored Google partnership that could see affordably priced Ford driverless cars on the market by 2020. Ford did, however, show off a laser radar unit the size of a hockey puck which makes it now possible to attach these “eyes” for autonomous cars into the side mirrors of a car.

Chez VW, on parle de Gesture Control Technology :

Much of this gesture control technology will revolutionize how the dashboard in your car of the future will have to look and will definitely mean far less clutter and fewer buttons. We are just waiting for a dashboard that can read our minds and carry out our wishes accordingly.

Une boite chinoise présente un drone capable d'embarquer des passagers (suis pas sûr d'être prêt à jouer au cobaye) :

Chinese company Ehang saw the unique potential of the drone concept and created Ehang-184 drone capable of carrying one human passenger. To control the Ehang-184 you simply download the smartphone app and use it to program your destination into the on-board computer which then will handle take off, flight and landing while you relax inside.

Chez BMW il y a du Gesture Control aussi, mais quand on est à l'extérieur de la voiture ... à condition de porter une Apple Watch :

Without even having to be inside your car Apple and BMW have made it possible to move and park the vehicle simply by gesturing your arm that is, of course, clad in your new Apple Watch.

Côté équipementiers, Autoliv est mis en avant pour leur Night Vision :

Our test BMW X5 also featured the firm’s next generation spotlight beam technology which illuminates pedestrians and animals in the dark in hopes of eliminating all road deaths from night time pedestrian impacts as well as collisions with animals like deer or dogs. We, however, found the technology to be so good that it was capable of picking up and detecting animals as small as cats and rabbits as well.