Ever since I read about that whale who died because it had ingested 80 plastic bags, I haven’t been able to stop thinking about how much plastic we just throw away. Thankfully, Volvo has pledged to alleviate things somewhat.
After recently driving and enjoying the new 2019 Hyundai Veloster last week, one of the many things I couldn’t stop thinking about was whether or not the complete lack of electric seats mattered on the fully-loaded Ultimate trim. I’ve settled my thoughts. Electric seats should always be an option.
Recently I was on the hunt for a nice 997 for a client I came across a listing for a reasonably priced Turbo cabriolet... only to see a sea of crimson. I’m sorry but red interiors just ruin it for me.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has some of the most comfortable and pampering seats on the market today. You can drive around while being simultaneously cooled, heated, massaged and hugged by the active bolsters. But what’s under all that buttery and perforated leather?
Every car interior these days needs to be something. Oh, it’s a spaceship. Oh, it’s a lounge. Oh, it’s a fighter plane. Oh, it’s a boat. Screw that. This is what the inside of an Alpine A310 looks like, and it’s just a car. And it’s perfect.
On the eve of the launch of the BMW M4 GTS, the Bavarians brought some of their older cars out to play too. This has me wondering which one had the best interior—who wore it best, as they say in the world of high fashion.
Screens! Gestures! Autonomy! More screens! If there was anything we learned from CES this year, it’s that the insides of cars are changing as fast as the cars themselves are.
Long before everyone started trying to sell you a ‘panoramic sunroof,’ there was the 1974 Maserati Medici concept leading the way to bright, sunny interiors.
Automakers and consumers alike often look to silly stick-on trim pieces and other goofy aesthetics to adhere to their cars. Some work, some just don’t.
When car designers are given free reign, crazy, wonderful things happen. These are the ten most bonkers concept car interiors ever made.
You're looking at the Lancia Medusa, a largely-forgotten concept car from ItalDesign. It was built as an aerodynamic study off of a midengined Lancia Beta Montecarlo chassis, but I like to remember it for its interior.