Agree, it’s hard to imagine a more famous automotive design studio than Pininfarina SpA. She has countless beautiful cars on her account, and there is nothing to say about demonstration prototypes. One of the latter is called Teorema and was created under the leadership Kevin Rice, who has held the post of creative director since last year. The main feature of the car is the special layout of the cabin, around which the exterior and technical stuffing were “built”. The Italians are proud that the project has been implemented from start to finish using VR technologies, although they promise to show a full-fledged physical layout in a couple of weeks.
The car has no doors – the passage opens from the stern side when the rear of the glass cover rises up and slides towards the bow of the car. The bureau says that this design is not only easy to use, but also provides additional rigidity to the body. Passengers are asked to leave their luggage at the entrance, and LED strips on the floor will show the way to their seats. The interior is devoid of digital screens – so as not to disturb the smoothness of the lines, projection displays with augmented reality technology from WayRay are used.
To move Teorema will use electricity – closer to the stern you can see the hatch, which supposedly hides the charging port. The physical model will be based on the BEDS chassis from the multinational company Benteler Automotive. The company has already cooperated with her Pininfarina automobiles while working on a two-door Battista… Alas, the studio does not disclose the characteristics of the battery and electric motors for the concept. Of course, mass production is out of the question, but it is possible that technologies and solutions tested on a prototype will soon find application in real life.
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