The Italian design house showed off a long, low concept that previews a world of autonomous driving and electric powertrains.
Pininfarina has been especially busy of late. After the recent announcement that Pininfarina will pen a 1000-hp electric truck for Detroit startup Hercules, the storied Italian design house has revealed this Teorema concept. Sitting on an electric skateboard chassis, with the battery tucked away under the floor, the Teorema concept has been created for an autonomous future and puts an emphasis on maximizing interior space.
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