What’s even more sci-fi than the facial recognition is how the user actually manipulates the system. A combination of a haptic touch display and a gesture control system, the latter of which is actually capable of providing tangible feedback, although the company didn’t immediately explain how. I’ll be testing the car later this week, so I’ll get some more in-depth answers then.Enlarge ImageThe future is egg-shaped. We’re nearly there already, in fact.Photo by BoschThe haptic-feedback gesture control system looks oddly similar to BMW’s HoloActive Touch system, which promises a similar system. Bosch’s lacks the references to holograms, but given Bosch’s position as a popular supplier for German automakers, there may be some Bosch labels tucked away under BMW’s dash.