Remember the stunning SUV Sports Coupe that Geely revealed last week? Well after showing off its stylish design, the Chinese automaker have now released the more photos of it, only this time they're interior shots.
That's right, Geely is giving everyone a peek inside the FY11's interior before officially launching it. Featuring a driver-centric look, Geely claims the FY11's deviates from typical dashboard layouts.
Right off the bat, the FY11's sleek and snazzy interior is unlike anything Geely has ever designed. With its asymmetric form, both the onboard touchscreen infotainment, and the climate control buttons are directed towards the driver. This allows for cockpit-like design akin to jet fighters. Further adding to the FY11's jet-like cabin are the aircraft-inspired gear selector and buttons for the center console. As an added touch, Geely also threw in ambient lighting which can be adjusted, depending on the driver / occupant's mood.
It also has a dual layer dashboard, with the driver side spruced up with chrome trim while a matte-finished covers the passenger side. This gives off a three-dimensional visual effect that makes the dashboard appear much larger than it is. Meanwhile, the flat-bottomed steering wheel comes with an array of buttons and controls that can be used for the multi-info display and infotainment system.
Besides designing a unique dashboard and center console for the SUV Sports Coupe, Geely also paid special attention to the front seats by drawing inspiration from bucket seats used in race cars. Careful attention was also made to the contrast stitching on the seats which match with interior's dash and ambient lighting. Then there are the headrests which Geely says were specifically designed to mimic those found in first-class airline cabins.
Geely has yet to state any specifics about the onboard features. However, it's highly likely that the SUV Sports Coupe will come with a vast array of standard amenities. This includes: satellite navigation, voice recognition, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Wi-Fi hotspot, and maybe some autonomous driving features.