At CES, Chrysler unveiled a new cockpit concept called Synthesis that gives a glimpse into the future of the company’s electric vehicles. The two-seat demonstrator is designed around Level 3 self-driving technology, which allows drivers to take their hands off the steering wheel in certain conditions. The cockpit features a 37.2-inch infotainment display that can be used for entertainment and productivity when autonomous driving is active and is equipped with an artificial intelligence virtual assistant that syncs the car with the driver’s schedule, smart home, and weather updates. The interior of the car is also eco-friendly, with vegetable-tanned seats made from recycled materials and a dashboard surface made entirely from recycled plastic. It is not yet clear when elements of the Synthesis concept will be incorporated into Chrysler’s production vehicles. The company has previously stated that it will introduce its first electric vehicle in 2025 and offer a full portfolio by 2028.