You will find below cars, most often containing a
In some cases, I really don't know if the fingerprint reader of the concept car is a real one,
sometimes, it is looking very strange ;-)
300 Hemi C concept car. Where is the fingerprint sensor? Close to the ignition key?
A fingerprint scanner hooked up to a tiny camera provides added security,
important in any vehicle and especially in a soft top convertible.
The vehicle will not function if the driver's fingerprint and picture don't match
the system's information.
(2017 Jan) Chrysler shows the Portal, a concept car with voice and face recognition at the CES.
Imaj A special "e-lock" security system opens and locks the vehicle using fingerprint recognition
(2001 Jan) Volvo
SCC (Safety Concept Car)
with a fingerprint reader in remote control unit (the Volvo Personal Communicator VPC),
sensor from Fingerprint Cards
(2007) The Audi S8 still offers the same fingerprint sensor.
Suzuki Concept-S / concept car
(2002 Sep) Suzuki Concept-S
Suzuki "Sea" Forenza Wagon / concept car
(2005 Oct) "Sea" Forenza Wagon with the SmartPass Pro biometric technology
for locking/unlocking the doors.
A fingerprint reader is on the back door:
I wonder which sensor it is, a round fingerprint sensor is quite uncommon!
(2002 Mar) Bertone Novanta concept car with an optical fingerprint reader from
Green Bit located in the central console.
(2005 Oct) EcoRacer concept-car with a fingerprint sensor in the shift gear.
(2020 Jan) Gentex.
Since 2017, Gentex shows at the CES iris recognition for cars in the rearview interior mirror.
(2005 nov) Hitachi demonstrated at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show
a sensor positioned behind the door handle that uses near-infrared light
to recognise the pattern of veins across the back of a person's fingers.
The handle is designed to guide a driver's hand into the same position each time
they open the door, ensuring the finger veins are in the same place for each reading.