Chinese tech giant Alibaba has launched the OS’Car RX5, a rugged-looking SUV that’s connected to the internet and powered by the company’s YunOS, allowing it to offer passengers a host of futuristic features. For starters, it can recognize the driver by their smartphone or smartwatch and customize things to suit them, such as music and navigation waypoints. It also boasts an intelligent map that offers location tracking and directions without the need for Wi-Fi or GPS services. Plus, the cabin is designed to be controlled primarily through voice commands. The RX5 also comes with three integrated screens for the dashboard…

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