The aerodynamic lines of a sports car, yet this Pininfarina Teorema does not go for split acceleration or razor-sharp lap times. Rather the contrary, because this electrically powered and largely autonomously driving concept study wants to transport its five occupants from point A to point B as comfortably as possible.
The interior uses a 1+2+2 seating configuration, with a centrally located “driver’s seat” that can be turned around when the Teorema is driving independently. The four remaining seats meanwhile change into two relaxed lounge seats. The dome that spans the interior provides the necessary light.
Very long, but low
There is no question of a classic dashboard, the Pininfaria Teorema communicates via augmented reality. All kinds of information can be displayed on the inside of the transparent dome, as if it were a gigantic display. Touch-sensitive panels allow you to pinch and swipe through the different worlds.
The slender interplay of lines makes the Pininfarina Teorema appear more compact than it actually is: the body is no less than 5.4 meters long. The concept study is only 1.4 meters high and builds on an EV architecture with a so-called skateboard structure, developed by the German supplier Benteler. It remains to be guessed at the specifications of the electric powertrain, as the performance, autonomy and charging options are also shrouded in mystery. The focus is on the somewhat strange interior configuration that adapts when the car is autonomously on the road.