Exeed E-IUV Design Concept Looks A Bit Too Far Into The Future

The Exeed E-IUV is a design concept showcased at this year’s Shanghai Auto Show, featuring a modern exterior with an “EV-specific” look and an innovative cabin that maximized passenger space, despite the vehicle’s overall compact size.

One of the first things you might notice about the E-IUV is its asymmetrical door opening system, providing “a welcoming grand entrance experience before enveloping the passengers into a protective and serene cocoon-like environment.”

Then there’s the privacy class, that also serves as an interactive touch display, while other features include the illuminated 3D logo on the front fascia, the simple, yet bold rear end design, side cameras and more.

Also, the air intake and rear optical units, as well as the active blade integrated into the rear of the car share a similar design, while aerodynamic elements like the flow-wing hood, aero-smart wheels, flat floor and rear deflectors channel air all around the car.

Modern? Try Futuristic

The interior of the E-IUV boasts premium materials and high levels of connectivity. As you can see, the cabin isn’t loaded with screens, as you get just two up front – a small one embedded in the steering wheel and a large horizontal one on top of the asymmetrical dashboard (oriented towards the driver).

In terms of tech, there’s an autonomous driving system and a cutting-edge on board HMI system with Lion OS, allowing the rear passenger to relax and enjoy the vehicle’s infotainment features.

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