Volvo 360c concept is an electric, autonomous pod that wants to take on airlines

Volvo 360c concept is an electric, autonomous pod that wants to take on airlines
The Volvo 360c concept has finally been unveiled, and it’s another autonomous, electric transportation pod. Like nearly every other preview of the fully-autonomous future, the product is a one-box design with the windshield and rear glass stretched to the far edges for maximum space usage. It has trendy thin, full-width headlight units and lots of glass in the doors. Certainly it has a number of Volvo touches, such as a the chunky, squared-off fenders, four-spoke wheels, and even the vertical taillamps that are incorporated into some tail fins that wouldn’t be out of place on a ’59 Cadillac. A 2059 Cadillac, that is.

Really, the interior isn’t especially different from other fully-autonomous concepts, either. It promises the potential of being a living room or lounge on wheels that could be used for entertaining or for work. Though a version that’s a bit more intriguing is the sleep-oriented configuration. The interior of this version is pretty much identical to that of an overseas business class seat. The passenger seat fully reclines to make it easy to sleep away the hours of the trip. There’s also space to store books, pillows and other travel-related items. All of these interior configurations are fixed, implying that these cars would be accessed via a subscription service, and you would simply select the version that best fits your immediate travel needs.

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Volvo 360c concept is an electric, autonomous pod that wants to take on airlines