Pininfarina presents its first 100% virtually developed concept car

Pininfarina presents its first 100% virtually developed concept car

With the Teorema, the Pininfarina Virtual Lab employed augmented-reality, virtual-reality, and “new” mixed-reality technologies to quickly explore various shapes, experiences, and scenarios.
Pininfarina has designed a concept car entirely for the first time with virtual technologies. The Pininfarina Virtual Lab employed augmented-reality, virtual-reality, and “new” mixed-reality technologies to quickly explore various shapes, experiences, and scenarios. The Teorema an interpretation of fully electric and autonomous mobility. Its user experience is intended to create a sense of community and foster interactions among passengers and the outdoor environment.

With the concept, the company “wants to give people back the pleasure of living the car, driving, and traveling, without the frustrations of increased congestion and other compromises, all while integrating AI, 5G, and the latest technology to drive passengers towards new incredible experiences along the journey,” said Pininfarina Chief Creative Officer Kevin Rice.



Designed from the inside out

Designed for shared and hyper-connected mobility of the future, it was designed from the inside out. The design teams in Cambiano, Italy, and Shanghai created the interior experience before developing the exterior.

They started from an electric skateboard chassis which allows the car to have a comfortable large space on its inside within its 1400-mm (55-in) height and 5400-mm (212-in) length. The Teorema’s rolling chassis is based o
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