It’s unclear what the next decade will bring in regard to the automotive industry, but one designer has taken a shot at what a Cadillac cockpit could look like in 2025.
Really, the rendering seems to be for fun because we doubt any car’s cabin will look this futuristic in just eight years. Bear in mind, vehicle interiors haven’t changed too drastically from eight years ago today. The design comes from Ray Yu and was posted to Behance, which countless changes to make it look future-forward.
The traditional steering wheel is replaced with a U-shaped unit and traditional dials and knobs are absent. It hardly looks ergonomic. But for its lack of ergonomics, it looks stylish. Crisp, chiseled lines are present as the interior becomes more of a place to relax than actually drive. The windshield also becomes a screen when autonomous mode is engaged, which can display an array of things.
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