A new virtual concept car has been unveiled by Grupo Antolin, the Antolin Vivar, which aims to “strike the balance between current and future mobility” and showcase the company’s vision of intelligent and integrated future interiors.
The Antolin Vivar offers occupants a more sustainable, intelligent and comfortable space to enjoy time spent traveling, with the opportunity to work, relax, talk or create. The concept car provides an array of ready-to-market solutions combined with forward-looking technologies.
The vehicle draws inspiration from a medieval knight from Burgos, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, El Cid, and the colors and materials of the landscape of the same region, with the concept car designed to capture the DNA of Grupo Antolin.
Entering the car using facial recognition technology, occupants are met with a spacious interior to suit the requirements of both manual or autonomous driving of the electric vehicle. The front seats can be swiveled to face the rear passengers, while a smart sliding floor console with a pivoting infotainment surface can be used for entertainment purposes.
Additionally, the Vivar benefits from a mobile and adjustable display on the instrument panel area which can be used by either the driver or the front passenger depending on the selected driving mode. The headliner features removable and portable spotlights which can be placed in the door panel to provide an increased level of light if needed.
To suit the further needs of its occupants, the virtual concept car has an artificial intelligence voice assistant, wireless charging stations and device syncing on the door panels and floor console. The infotainment system can be accessed from the door panels or to control the window regulators. A telescopic worktable has also been placed on the door panel, with switches integrated on the fabric.
For added thermal and acoustic comfort, dimmable glass, a dimmable panoramic roof and noise cancellation technology also feature. When music is being played, individual speakers on the rear pillars provide occupants with a personal sound bubble.