The first virtual concept of a famous studio
The Pininfarina Teorema concept was developed exclusively using virtual reality and is therefore a completely new expression of autonomous electric mobility, which aims to support the interaction between passengers and the environment.
The theory measures 1.4m in height and 5.5m in length under 10cm, so it’s a good piece of car. Of course, the aerodynamics were tuned with the help of simulations and masterfully designed to make the car as efficient as possible. The car is designed from the inside out and the interior resembles a rest room with different layout options.
The slide buttons are hidden under the car’s interior surface and only appear when the driver passes his hand over them. Each button has a slightly different shape, allowing the driver to easily identify it without taking his eyes off the road.
The use of smart glass in the rear of the car allows the occupants to enjoy privacy and to regulate the light that penetrates the car from the outside, and thus gives them the opportunity, also thanks to the flat-folding seats, to create a comfortable cocoon in which they can rest. Pininfarina Teorema exemplifies the potential in digital vehicle development, thanks to a faster and more efficient design process. In the coming weeks, the car will be shown at presentations for Italian and international customer groups.