Lamborghini usually releases its latest innovations at car shows, but the auto company made technology news recently with its latest unveiling at CES in Las Vegas – the Telemetry X.
The Telemetry X system introduces real-time performance tracking and biometric data analysis, enhancing the supercar experience for enthusiasts.
The system includes a remote coaching feature leveraging a 5G cellular connection.
It transmits real-time footage, images, and data to a coach anywhere globally, offering valuable insights to enhance track performance.
This feature caters not only to professionals but also to racing amateurs, ensuring a user-friendly and enjoyable driving experience.
The system also captures the driver’s biometric data, including heart rate and stress levels.
This data facilitates in-depth performance monitoring, offering references for refining training.
The biometric data is collected through a prototype wearable device, showcasing Lamborghini’s exploration of biometric sensors and data streaming technology for future releases.
An advanced voice assistant that receives race and driver data can analyze lap times, helping drivers improve racing lines, braking points, and overall track performance.
Lamborghini initiated telemetry features with the Huracán STO in 2020.
The company’s commitment to innovation continues with plans to deliver its first hybrid sports car this year, followed by an all-electric model in 2028.
The Telemetry X not only caters to the thrill of high-speed driving but also prioritizes user engagement and performance improvement, setting a new standard in the world of supercars.
This advance also follows a growing trend of smart devices built directly into automobiles.