Luxoft, a DXC Technology Company, in collaboration with LG Electronics, Amazon and Mapbox unveiled Halo, the company’s latest shared mobility concept featuring a revolutionary digital, consumer-grade in-vehicle experience. The concept will be debuted at CES 2020 in Las Vegas. At home, consumers expect their digital experiences to be simple, convenient and accessible at any time across a range of devices. Increasingly, consumers also expect access to their favorite content and services, in the vehicle and on the go.

Luxoft Halo shared mobility concept demonstrates how all consumers’ mobility needs can be seamlessly integrated with their personal digital lifestyle. “Together with our key partners, we can now deliver a complete, highly personalized and intelligent in-vehicle consumer-grade experience, powered by webOS Auto, the platform for shared and intelligent mobility,” said Vildan Hasanbegovic, director of partnerships and head of marketing at Luxoft Automotive. ”It’s an open platform that delivers, with exceptional quality, an existing ecosystem of intelligent services and dynamic content – from in-vehicle infotainment to connected video streaming services and more – that is increasingly becoming an essential part of consumers‘ personal digital lifestyles”. Luxoft can already deploy webOS Auto to large-scale series production systems.