Because it’s for CES, the Oasis is an EV, with self driving ability. But the two-seat municipality automobile, from the conceptive but rarely pragmatic cognition of Rinspeed founder Frank Rinderknecht, offers much more. The runabout’s chart is dominated by big glassware venues, the front wheels are covered, and the rears do the driving which is impressive for mobility, if less so for steadiness.
The indoor boasts the condition of a modern-day room, with a chair and a TV. The surface doubles as an augmented-reality screen. At its base is a small garden location, where Rinspeed suggests one might grow florals or radishes. At the back is a heated and cooled merchandise container, which could be used for container or transportation. Introducing this car in the States is momentous, because Rinderknect is using it to barrier against SUVs with their increasingly military impression.