Hyundai Motor America Inc. in Fountain Valley introduced its Autonomous IONIQ concept vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday.

The vehicle resembles its Hyundai IONIQ electric and hybrid counterparts, which will go on sale in January.

The self-driving version has LIDAR (light detection and ranging) system that uses pulsed lasers to map the vehicle’s surroundings, as well as technology to help detect nearby vehicles and other objects: blind-spot sensors; a “three camera array” that locates pedestrians, lane markings and traffic signals; and a GPS antenna to spot other cars.

Hyundai is also developing its own autonomous vehicle operating system that uses less computer power in an affordable, “low-cost platform … in future Hyundai models.”