Porsche Vision Renndienst Interior
Who would have thought that an all-electric van could look cool? Meet the futuristic Porsche Vision Renndienst. The company has just revealed its interior and it combines minimalist design with a few high-tech touches. Featuring a centered 180° swiveling driver’s seat, a digital instrument cluster, individual second row seats, a third row bench with floating headrests and an asymmetric window layout. Read more for additional pictures and information.


Porsche Vision Renndienst
Porsche Vision Renndienst
Porsche Vision Renndienst
Porsche Vision Renndienst
Porsche Vision Renndienst
Other features include haptic buttons on each side of the driver’s seat and an overall user experience aimed at those who have embraced the digital lifestyle. There are no plans yet on putting the Porsche Vision Renndienst into production, but the company could be working on an artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant for the vehicle.

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We thought about how we could still give a distinctly Porsche flair to a passenger compartment that is so far removed from the classic sports-car interior. And how autonomous driving could be designed. We don’t assume that our customers want to give up using a steering wheel,” said Michael Mauer, head of interior design .