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HOLA: Easy Self-driving Trip with Future MPV

by Liu Linyi, Yang Siqi, Ramona Shiu

Master of Design (Intelligent Systems Design)

HOLA: Easy self-driving trip with future MPV aims to enhance the self-driving experience for Gen MZ by addressing critical pain points, namely luggage storage and autonomous driving mode transition. We propose innovative solutions through three key components.

The first component focuses on a flexible interior design that offers ample options for luggage placement and securement. This design ensures users have a convenient and secure way to store their luggage while traveling, providing a comfortable and stress-free journey.

The second component involves a multifunctional smart central control screen. This screen communicates takeover requests to drivers and provides them with essential information regarding the takeover process. By keeping drivers well-informed about the vehicle's status, they will be prepared to take control when necessary.

The third component is an AR-HUD that enhances situation awareness during takeovers. It provides drivers with real-time augmented information about the surrounding driving context, enabling them to react quickly and safely to autonomous driving requests.

Our project aims to meet the increasing demand for high-end self-driving tours by offering a safer and more comfortable travel experience. By catering to the preferences of Gen MZ for self-driving trips, we strive to create an enjoyable and satisfying experience for drivers.


Academic Supervisors: Prof. Stephen Jia Wang, Dr Hailiang Wang
Industry Supervisor: Mr Stephen Chen
Industry Partner: GAC

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