What's cooler than that? Well, being able to actually see through the front of your car thanks to the concept's "invisible bonnet" is. The feature uses cameras under the car to project the imagery to a heads-up display on your windshield, making it look like you can see through the front end and allowing you to check out what's literally right in front of your front tires.
The interior is full of premium leather, open pore wood veneer and brushed aluminum finishes. A large glasshouse and panoramic roof allow in tons of light over the touchscreen-controlled seats — giving the option for a standard seven-seat layout, a six-seat, five-seat, or a spacious four-seat "limousine" layout.