Nvidia is bringing its GeForce Now cloud gaming service to cars. Image: Nvidia

Nvidia is working with automakers to make its cloud gaming service GeForce Now available in cars. Although there are no details on when the service will be available and in which vehicles, Nvidia announced at CES that it’s partnering with South Korean giant Hyundai, Swedish-Chinese premium EV maker Polestar, and Chinese EV maker BYD.

In a press release, Nvidia said GeForce Now will be able to “stream a real-time, full PC-gaming experience … to software-defined cars.” The company said the gaming service can “enhance time spent charging or riding in vehicles, as it enables front-seat occupants to stream games while parked, and passengers to game in the back seat if screens are available.”

A promo video from Nvidia shows passengers and…

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