A new company that claims to be the first to develop a “smart car” has just unveiled its new car-part decor.

The company says it can identify and track the “real world” environmental factors like temperature, humidity, road surface, and vehicle condition.

The car part can be configured to include “lenses” that can help detect a variety of different environmental conditions and even “smart” sensors like GPS.

“A car is like an ecosystem that connects all the elements, including sensors, which makes it possible to see the whole picture,” cofounder and CEO David R. Kranz said in a press release.

“It will allow you to make better decisions about the way you drive your car.”

The company claims that it can also provide “insight” for drivers by offering “detailed information on the car and the environment.”

The car is scheduled to be available by the end of 2020, with a price tag of around $3,000.

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