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The main characteristic of the interior is its modularity and the way it is connected to the body of the car. The interior is not welded to the exterior but wired to the copper skeleton. This makes it easily interchangeable. Like your furniture at home, you can change the interior of your car, or you change the body style. This enables customers to better match their car with their needs and personality. Instead of buying a car as a package one can buy separately a body and separately an interior.
This innovative connecting system also allows better comfort. The wires have certain flexibility and represent a second suspension system. Inspired by a cradle, the system enables actually a flying sensation for the passengers.
The design statement set with the exterior is even stronger in the interior. The flow continues inside the car as well. It’s represented by the main central metallic frame and continues on the conjunctive seats. At the front the “dashboard” is formed by two piano black leafs which “levitate” over the ray-shaped structure and enhouse the steering wheel as well as the airbags. The atmosphere in the cabin is very airy and roomy to give the feeling of freedom.
The contrast as art element has been used for choosing the forms and materials in the interior. There are 5 different materials/colours used. Copper and aluminium as strength factors, leather and piano black surfaces as symbol of high class, noblesse, exclusivity. The wood floor resembles a yacht deck.