Last November,surprised us by revealing the , a study of focusing on an autonomous electric minivan. The German firm continues its story by revealing this time its interpretation of the interior of this .
As the first images suggested, the driver is well seated in the central position with, in front of him, a four-meter dashboard reminiscent of the design. It is flanked on either side by two large screens. The comodos and buttons are replaced by effects return controls .
When the minivan is in autonomous mode, the driver can turn his seat to face the rear passengers. The central row consists of two individual seats each with their own multimedia screen while the third row is a bench seat that can accommodate three people. We find the minimalist atmosphere ofcurrent and a technological approach after all quite sober and completely realistic.
The German firm has so far never mentioned any electric minivan project. But this style study could inspire future projects.