Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mercedes-Benz will be showcasing tech advances at this year's CES in Las Vegas.
Faurecia will display a concept interior for self-driving vehicles and Chinese startup Byton will unveil its first vehicle, an all-electric crossover.
While auto shows are the primary platform for manufacturers to show off their latest vehicles and detail short-term product plans, CES has become the forum for bombastic announcements on future technology.
In 2017, we saw Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Portal minivan concept and Toyota's artificial intelligent assistant Yui, along with a string of announcements of partnerships between tech and auto companies.
This year, Ford, Nvidia, Intel and Baidu are expected to make announcements at the show, though the companies have been tight-lipped about their plans.
In the meantime, here is what we know to expect at CES 2018. The show runs from Jan. 9 to 12.
Honda 3E Robotics Concept