The Icona Nucleus is touted as the “ultimate self-driving living room,” complete with an assymetrical “mono-volume exterior” with a single door. Other exterior features include semi-transparent body panels that enable you to look out, but prevent others from looking in, along with a roof with transparent and semi-transparent glass panels. Inside, you won’t find a steering wheel or dashboard for obvious reasons, while there’s enough room to comfortably accommodate six people, thanks to transformable seats. Continue reading for more pictures, information, and a bonus video on autonomous vehicles.
“Despite the focus on creating a cozy and comfortable cabin, the concept has also been designed with productivity in mind. If you’re heading to a business meeting, you can use the concept’s table to review your presentation or make some last minute changes to your pitch. The concept measures 5.25 meters (17.2 feet) long, 2.12 meters (6.9 feet) wide and 1.75 meters (5.7 feet) tall,” reports Car Scoops.