This Video Shows Volvo’s Plan for In-Car Productivity

Now you can work everywhere but the office.

byCaleb Jacobs| UPDATED Jan 16, 2017 9:26 AM
This Video Shows Volvo’s Plan for In-Car Productivity

The Swedes are introducing a host of productivity features for the fresh 90 series. Recently adding Skype to in-cabin features, Volvo looks to increase your work capacity without distracting you from the road. Innovative features Microsoft's voice assistant, Cortana, will also work to make sure you have everything organized for future business meetings. This video shows how they will implement this tech in the future.

Autonomous cars are the "a-ha!" when it comes to convenience. Once the equipment is further developed, cars will cater to their owners for both work and play. Artificial intelligence systems will be able to analyze your behavior and tendencies, putting what you want at your fingertips before you prompt for them. Volvo wants to make sure that you can utilize your car's driverless abilities to relax and cut down on office time by putting your workplace on wheels.

In the future, you'll be able to sit in your Volvo while it does all of your handywork. Even now, you can connect with others in a unique way to make sure you get things done on the road. Excitingly, this time is coming soon, meaning that one of the market's most beautiful cars will shortly sit atop a list of conscientious luxury.