Automakers are always pushing the envelope through their concept car designs.
Whether it’s advancing a new idea for the general design of the car or its interior, concept cars offer an interesting look at how the future of transportation will change. But there are a few we can’t help but raise our eyebrows at.
Scroll down to see the seven most bizarre cars we’ve seen so far in 2016.
Since the concept is fully autonomous, the interior consists of a two-person sofa and a giant TV.
The seating of the uBox can be moved around to create room for working. There’s also panels on the inside that can be reconfigured to add features like vents and door trim.
The interior also in no way resembles a production vehicle. It has a cockpit with seats positioned at a 45 degree angle, and a steering wheel that reminds me of a stripped down version you would see in a race car.
The car itself, like any McLaren, is sleek and beautiful from the outside.
The concept car also has an infotainment system that can calculate the best route and suggest using the longboard if that seems like the faster choice. It will even show you the best parking spot for the longboard portion of your commute, potentially making this the most niche concept car we’ve seen.
The car is, in fact, capable of a driving, but isn’t street legal since it’s made of wood. The two-seater has a dashboard that will count the passing years up to a century.
The concept car has vinyl seat covers, a headliner wrapped in a duck hunting pattern, and an analog compass.