InteriorsThe incredible insides
Touchscreens are so, er, today, so the futuristic Habaniro gets a head-up display that stretches the width of the front windscreen and is controlled by a concave acrylic instrument panel and sensory light feedback. And instead of mirrors, an eye-tracking system knows when you look at the top of the windscreen and activates a rearview video display. It’s redder than a Tarantino flick inside, with the Lava Red boucle fabric all set off by an ambient glow that shines through geometric patterns in the floor. Brave for a first date.